Monthly Archives: March 2011

Focusing on the Impact of Open Access on Legal Scholarship – 50% More Citations

A new paper by James M. Donovan from the University of Kentucky College of Law caught much attention recently. The paper is self-archived and it examines the citation trend of open access articles from three different law journals. The opening … Continue reading

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10 New Open Access Books

We present 10 new titles added to our reading platform, InTechOpen. As collection keeps growing each week, we invite you to keep reading and downloading the free scholarly material. Choosing from this week’s releases, you are choosing from a colorful … Continue reading

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This Week in Science – Introducing a New Category

“Man was made at the end of the week’s work, when God was tired.” (Mark Twain) We will take a small peek from our telescope at the end of our week’s work, and present a short selection of news in … Continue reading

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Breaking the Loop of Open Access Model – Creating a Revenue

In a speech made by Stuart Shieber at the SOAP symposium in January, the question of open access not being quite a major force yet was raised, although the model has gone through significant transformations since it has last been … Continue reading

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