Open Access Books Helpful Resources
In the books industry, there are still questions and concerns about how the open access publishing process works and what it can mean for academics. Myths have appeared which can confuse and complicate the process, so we've created this report to help develop your understanding of open access and guide you through the tricky questions that can arise when deciding how best to publish your work.
Our guide covers 5 common myths around:
- Copyrighting & Licenses
- Peer Review
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Open Access in Theory and Practice contributes to a better understanding of open access and, as such, should be of great interest to academics, researchers, and students working in the fields of information science, publishing studies, science communication, higher education policy, business, and economics.
The book also makes an important contribution to the debate of the relationship between theory and practice in information science, and more widely across different fields of the social sciences and humanities.
Available to read under Creative Commons,CC BY, licence.
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