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Scholarly Communication: Open Access

This guide is designed to help faculty learn more about their authors' rights and scholarly communication options.

Open Access

Journals can be more open or less open, but their degree of openness is intrinsically independent from their

*Impact  *Prestige  *Quality of Peer Review  *Peer Review Methodology  *Sustainability  *Effects on Tenure

HowOpenIsIt? Open Access Spectrum. 2013. Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition and Public Library of Science.

 

Open Access

"Open Access (OA) is the free, immediate, unrestricted availability of high-quality, peer-reviewed scholarship over the Internet - combines with the rights to use this information to its fullest possible extent." - www.righttoresearch.org