Understanding Open Access: When, Why and How to Make Your Work Openly Accessible
by Lexi Rubow, Rachael Shen, Brianna Schofield
Publisher: Authors Alliance 2015
Number of pages: 140
Our goal is to encourage our members to consider open access publishing by addressing common questions and concerns and by providing real-life strategies and tools that authors can use to work with publishers, institutions, and funders to make their works more widely accessible to all.
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