[OAI-eprints] September issue of the SPARC Open Access Newsletter

Peter Suber peters at earlham.edu
Thu Sep 2 11:24:51 EDT 2004

* Announcement [cross-posted] *

I just mailed the September issue of the SPARC Open Access Newsletter.  In 
addition to the usual round-up of news from the past month, it takes a 
close look at a cluster of related problems:  stretching or diluting the 
term "open access" to cover all flavors of widening access, hesitating to 
praise steps that widen access if they stop short of full OA, and letting a 
fuzzy OA meme outpace the spread of the major public definitions from 
Budapest, Bethesda, and Berlin.  The issue also includes a reflection on 
September 11 three years later.

September issue

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Peter Suber
Open Access Project Director, Public Knowledge
Research Professor of Philosophy, Earlham College
Author, SPARC Open Access Newsletter
Editor, Open Access News blog
peter.suber at earlham.edu

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