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Open access is a mode of publication that limits or removes payments, fees, licensing, or other typical requirements for access to research publications or related materials. This article examines the opportunities that are available for researchers to adopt open access distribution and the factors that may impede their adoption. The author focuses on one of the primary methods of adopting open access archiving versions of articles in open repository services and demonstrate how that model can contribute to decontextualizing of research findings during discovery.
Updated: Jun. 13, 2010