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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.

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Gatti, Rupert and Marc Mierowsky. "Funding Open Access Monographs: A Coalition of Libraries and Publishers." College and Research Libraries News. vol. 77, no. 9, Oct. 2016, pp.456-59.

Price, Gary, editor. "New Open Access Publishing Programs: University of California Press Formally Launches Collabra and Luminos." infoDOCKET, 20 Jan. 2015.  www.infodocket.com/2015/01/20/new-open-access-publishing-programs-university-of-california-press-formally-launch-collabra-and-luminos/. Accessed 12 Oct. 2016.

 

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Ongoing debates: Are monographs still as important in the humanities?

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