Open Access News blog makes a yet another case for why open access — especially when considered from a global perspective — is good. Excerpting an article from the Chronicle of Higher Education, Peter Suber reports on the Global Text Project, which hopes to freely distribute 1,000 original titles online to students in developing countries. The project is volunteer-based, which might be a problem. "I might speak to an audience of 100 and recruit five or six people," says Richard T. Watson, interim head of the department of management information systems at the University of Georgia and co-head of the project.
Open Access Is More Than Just Re-Using Images
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