Open up your research (and the world will thank you) - Arizona State University

Eliminating barriers to learning is at the heart of the ASU Charter, and nowhere else is this more celebrated than in the global movement for open access.  Open access refers to peer-reviewed research that is made widely accessible to the public at no cost, along with encouraging its use and reuse through expanded copyright permissions; thus, the open access movement aims to transform the model of academic publishing by eliminating restrictions that many argue impede innovation. science labResearch at the Biodesign Institute.  “Putting research behind a paywall means that a large portion of the world cannot access it,” said Anali Perry, a scholarly communications librarian at ASU who will be making the case


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