The article aims to raise awareness of the Open Access movement and gives examples from the experience of the University of Kansas in fostering and advancing free and permanent public access to publicly funded scholarly communication.
Marc L. Greenberg and Ada Emmett. Problem znanstvenega komuniciranja. Zakaj potrebujemo Prosti dostop [The Problem of Scholarly Communication. Why We Need Open Access]. Delo / Sobotna priloga, pp. 30–31. Saturday, 4 Sept. 2010.
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