Toolkit articles tagged with keyword 'Libre open access'.
Green, gold, diamond – different models for open access books
Open access can be achieved in a number of ways, with varying results. A publisher might make the book available open access, or an author might archive a pre-publication manuscript version in a repository for anyone to read. Other models are also explored in this article.
What is open access?
Open-access (OA) literature includes all scholarly outputs that are digital, online, free of charge, accessible without the registration or other access barriers, and free of most copyright and licensing restrictions. OA is entirely compatible with peer review, and all the major OA initiatives for...