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Crack the Coursepack

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Wednesday April 11, 2012
A group of McGill students have created a new project - complete with informative comics and an FAQ - that explores alternatives to the traditional coursepack with an emphasis on open access and fair dealing.
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open access said:

omics open access
Open Access is the practice of providing unrestricted access via the Internet to peer-reviewed scholarly journal articles.

Open Access is also increasingly being provided to theses, scholarly monographs and book chapters.

Open Access comes in two degrees: Gratis Open Access is no-cost online access, while Libre Open Access is Gratis Open Access

plus some additional usage rights.

Open content is similar to Open Acces, but usually includes the right to modify the work, where as in scholarly publishing it is

usual to keep an article's content intact and to associate it with a fixed author or fixed group of authors. Creative Commons

licenses can be used to specify usage rights. The Open Access idea can also be extended to the learning objects and resources

provided in e-learning.

OMICS Group Inc. is one of the Open aceess publisher which provides journals in the form of Open Access.
April 12, 2012

Bon said:

Open Access is like open source software...not dependable!!!!
Microsoft should have been out of business long ago..but it has not happened so far ans never will!!!
April 12, 2012

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