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Open access, publisher embargoes, and the voluntary nature of scholarship

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  • This has been a banner year for open access, and the momentum shows no sign of letting up. College and university faculties, and the granting agencies that fund a significant amount of their research, are increasingly embracing open access to ensure research findings across disciplines are freely accessible to the public and the global research community. On the college and university level, several institutional open access policies have been passed this year by faculties at schools such as Amherst College, The College of Wooster, University of Rhode Island, and Oregon State University, as well as the entire University of California system.
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  • Sutton, S. C. (2013). Open access, publisher embargoes, and the voluntary nature of scholarship: An analysis. College & Research Libraries News, 74(9), 468-472.
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  • 74
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