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What is Open Access
Open Access(OA) refers to freely available online information. Open Access literature is free of charge and often carries less restrictive copyright and licensing barriers than traditionally published works, for both users and the authors.
Essential Reading Open access overview by Peter Suber
What are the Benefits of Open Access
Open Access to research increases its visibility, reaching a wider audience and therefore increasing its potential for:
- Greater citation
- Enhancing reputation
- Attracting potential collaborators
- Compliance with funder requirements
- Sharing knowledge from publicly funded research