Your Introduction to Open Access

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“The improvement of understanding is for two ends: first, our own increase of knowledge; secondly, to enable us to deliver that knowledge to others.”

These words by British philosopher John Locke are, essentially, the mantra by which scientists, scholars, and all people of learning live by. This is the premise upon which the open access movement has gained traction over the past two decades.

Open access is based on a desire to share information, collaborate more effectively, and enable scientists and professionals to fulfill the promise of the information age.

Learn about the tenets and proponents of the open access movement, understand why the world needs open access, and discover how you can contribute to its achievement. Download this valuable ebook Your Introduction to Open Access when you sign up below.

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