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Title: Open access publishing: a solution to the serials crisis?
Author(s): Kingsley, Danny
Keywords: open access, scholarly publishing, institutional repositories, serials crisis, copyright
Date created: 2006-03
The steep rise in subscriptions costs to scientific publications and the potential of the internet have resulted in an argument that all scientific research results should be available for free. This article examines how such a system would work. A description of the business models of open access journals is included and contrasted with the recent rise in institutional repositories.
Source: Australasian Science (2006): 34-36
Type: Article
Appears in Collections:Open Access Research

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