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Open Access as a Factor of Enhancing of the Global Information Flow - 3 views

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    "The paper reveals the historical process of the emergence of the phenomenon of Open Access."
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Deconstructing Wikipedia: Collaborative Content Creation in an Open Process Platform - 0 views

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    "This small pilot study suggests that the article creation process may more closely mirror the traditional writer/editor process than it does the "crowd as writer-editor". It also raises questions about potential changes in how people view the content creation process."
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Open Access library survey - 1 views

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    An investigation of the role of libraries in open access funding and support within institutions
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The Role of Libraries in Open Access | Publishers Communication Group - 3 views

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    "The results show that at present, the responsibility for funding article processing charges (APCs) is more likely to fall on the author or granting organization than the library or institution. However, 23% of r"
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Biographical Dictionary - S9.com - 0 views

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    "S9.com is a Wikipedia type system and everyone can edit biographies or even create their own. S9.com was established in 1997 and since then has grown into one of the largest biography sites on the planet."
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Dealing with 'open access' demons - 1 views

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    This article discusses the start of open access publications and the arguments against open access journals.
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Looking back, leaping forward, leveraging crisis, and freeing the law: A lawyer story - 0 views

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    Bruce Thomas states, "Google Scholar's caselaw collection is a victory for open access to legal information and the democratization of law".
    The only downside is that it is only American case law and not other jurisdictions.
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