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Page history last edited by Fatima Darries 10 years, 9 months ago

Welcome to Open Access Library

 

I have created this Wiki in order to keep track of open access developments and to create an annotated bibliography of open access links, what may be called a Webliography.

This will be an exciting journey and I invite others to travel this path with me from time to time.

PS It occurs to me as I put more meat on the wiki, that I need to define Open Access, open source etc and all the terminology surrounding this. I"ll put this on my "to do" list.

I have collected the information these pages from lists, journals, discussions, workshops etc.

I have not checked all of them out yet.

Some of the links are repeated on the different pages. It's intentional.

 

Some definitions etc 

What is Open Access?

http://www.earlham.edu/~peters/fos/overview.htm

 

 

Why Open Access?

http://blog.openaccessanthropology.org/why-open-access/

 

 

About the Open Access Movement

http://www.openaccessweek.org/about-the-oa-movement/

  

These are the pages on the wiki so far. Explore and enjoy!

 

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