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Elisa Piras, co-editor of Democracy and Fake News
“My co-editor Serena Giusti and I, we had the opportunity to make our book available for free and we thought that this could be a helpful resource for students and young researchers who might be interested in the topic! Also, we hoped to reach journalists and professionals who are not familiar with academic books.”
Kelly-Ann Allen, co-editor of Building Better Schools with Evidence-based Policy
Kelly-Allen started a Twitter thread about their reasons for choosing open access, here is a snippet from it:
“Building Better Schools, a free-to-use resource for schools & educational researchers made it in the #Top10 #openaccess books of 2021. Publishing open access was a strategic & essential decision for us. We chose to publish #openaccess because we wanted #BuildingBetterSchools to be used and shared. We wanted as many schools as possible to benefit from the resource & the expertise of the 72 contributors.”