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Paying for Open Access: the American History Association’s Statement

Who works in universities and for accessing the content of her/his own intellectual output, always thought that Open Access was the frontline for all sciences and disciplines against the power of big publishers.  But should we slow down a bit our enthusiasm and rethink the meaning of Open Access publishing in the Humanities ?  Yes […]

CFP: Open Access Week 2012 Networked Researcher Blogging Unconference

To register to participate in this blogging unconference, please use the form at the bottom of this page. Open Access Week 2012 will take place October 22-28 all over the world. Networked Researcher is convinced, as the Open Access Week web site says, that “Open Access” to information – the free, immediate, online access to […]