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The University of Borås is instituting an Open Access Fund in order to stimulate and drive the change toward open science.
The University's Vice-Chancellor has decided to insitute an Open Access Fund. The purpose of the fund is to compensate for publishing costs for university researchers whose papers are accepted by pure open access journals.
During the past several years the scholarly community has worked to change the current scholarly publishing system. To increase access to research publications the drive is to move from a subscription based journal system to open access publishing. This process has been...
The cancelled agreement with Elsevier makes new articles difficult to get hold of, but there are alternative ways to reach the articles.
Now you have the opportunity to test the databases. Among them are Statista, Bloomsbury Design Library and Fashion Photography Archive.
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