When You Work in the Open, Everyone Can Be a Collaborator (Open Access Week, One Week Late)

From scientific research to lawmaking, open access enables participation Open access is the practice of making research available online, for free, ideally under licenses that permit widespread dissemination. This year’s theme for Open Access Week is “open for collaboration,” and that theme hits on what’s really exciting about open access. Open access—both in academia and beyond—enables a kind of collaboration that can scale very quickly.

Source: When You Work in the Open, Everyone Can Be a Collaborator | Electronic Frontier Foundation

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