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Open Access

Open access is a means of taking advantage of the global reach and relative inexpense of internet publishing to make peer-reviewed scholarly content freely available.

What is Open Access? [8:23]

Open Access 101 [3:16]

What is broken in academic publishing?

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“Have you ever wondered how to download and share digital content legally? How do you let people know that you want them to reuse your own work? Creative Commons licences can help you do both. We’ll show you how.” –Creative Commons Aotearoa New Zealand