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PLoS, arXiv, and the Future of Open Access

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Is open access (OA) really the way of the future, or is it unsustainable? To get an idea, we’ll look at two OA success stories: PLoS and arXiv. PLoS, or Public Library of Science, is a OA publisher and advocacy … Continue reading

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Studies show Open Access increases rate of citation

Why should researchers ensure that their work will be available in an open access journal or repository like GSU Library’s Digital Archive? Open access publication results in higher visibility and impact for your scholarship.┬áStudies show that open access articles have … Continue reading

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