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Access to Knowledge: A Guide for Everyone

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Access to Knowledge: A Guide for Everyone
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Publisher: Consumers International
ISBN-13: 9780956611741
Number of pages: 144

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Access to Knowledge is the umbrella term for a movement that aims to create more equitable public access to the products of human culture and learning. The ultimate objective of the movement is to create a world in which educational and cultural works are accessible to all, and in which consumers and creators alike participate in a vibrant ecosystem of innovation and creativity.

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