Open Access Answers

You might have noticed a page on this blog, above called OA Answers. The statements and blurbs that link from that page were created in an attempt to answer some of the common questions people have about open access and related issues of scholarly change. An effort has been made to provide supporting evidence for each of these statements. The hope is that readers (like you) will make comments and suggestions so that the statements can change, evolve, and become better sources of information. So please, take a look and provide us with any feedback you might have.

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About Willow Fuchs
Willow is based at the Centre for Research Communications at the University of Nottingham, where she works as an Open Access Adviser on the NECOBELAC and OpenAIRE projects. She has previously worked on the JISC funded Repositories Support Project and JISC funded Research Communications Strategy project.

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