Month: August 2010

Are Open-Access Publications for me?

Open access publishing has grown tremendously in the past decade. Between 15-20 percent of journals are now published under the open-access model. The majority of researchers are unaware of the extent of the strides in open-access publishing. Researchers have the option of showcasing their work in Open-Access Journals or can contribute to Open-Access Repositories/Archives.

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