open access (OA) articles

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Making A Case For Open Access

Joseph Esposito | The Scholarly Kitchen | January 5, 2015

Depending on the audience, the case for open access (OA) varies. Opponents of intellectual property, for example, may favor OA simply on principle...

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Open Access Papers ‘Gain More Traffic And Citations’

Paul Jump | Times Higher Education | July 30, 2014

Open access science articles are read and cited more often than articles available only to subscribers, a study has suggested.

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Paperity Hopes To Create A Comprehensive Index Of Open Literature

Nancy K. Herther | Information Today, Inc. | November 25, 2014

Paperity, “The first multidisciplinary aggregator of Open Access journals and papers,” launched on Oct. 8. The database currently includes more than 350,000 open access (OA) articles from 2,200-plus scholarly journals that are categorized as either gold (journals that are completely OA cover to cover) or hybrid (subscription journals with some OA articles)...

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Publishers' Copyright Move 'Could Limit Use Of Research'

Paul Jump | Times Higher Education | August 9, 2014

Scientific publishers producing model copyright licences will make it harder for academic research to be a “first class citizen of the web”...

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Texas Transplantation Society 1st In U.S. To Offer Access To Transplant Library

Teresa Shafer | LinkedIn | November 17, 2014

Evidence based practice is a fundamental duty of any profession. This site is aimed at the international transplant community and Texas Transplantation Society now joins the European Society for Organ Transplantation, British Transplant Society, Brazilian Society for Organ Transplantation, Canadian Society of Transplantation, International Pediatric Transplant Association and the Transplant Nurses Association, in gaining access to this valuable resource...

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