The impact of Open Access: benefits for individuals, organisations, and research progress
In his presentation Mikael Laakso examines OA-related questions such as:What is the concept of OA benefits? What OA is most beneficial? What are some signs that OA is not fully leveraged currently? Presentation describes Open Access benefits for Individuals, Organisations, Universities, Libraries and Public & private sector.The overarching theme for the presentation is how OA is beneficial to research progress.
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