Beyond the sites already mentioned above, Scholarly Publishing & Academic Resources Coalition is a great resource, and you can find practical instructions for implementing open access in the Open Access Scholarly Information Sourcebook .
Open Access Resources: Open Access Resources. Free web collections, books, journals, teaching materials, and other resources. This guide concentrates on English language collections, though some collections mentioned do have resources in several languages.
Directory of Open Access Resources (OpenDOAR) The Directory of Open Access Resources (OpenDOAR) aims to provide a comprehensive and authoritative list of academic open access repositories for end-users who wish to find particular archives or who wish to break down repositories by locale, content or other measures.
OASPA posts on Open Access publishing news, initiatives, and events in the Global South. Other Resources on Open Access Publishing. Open Access Monographs and Book ...
Some open access resources may require registration (i.e., require the user to provide information before access is granted). Policies The Joint Steering Committee on Shared Resources (JSC) oversees UC policies for shared cataloging of open access materials.
Open Access Resources. The majority of the library's databases are only available to NC State students, faculty, staff and in-library users. However, the following resources can be freely accessed by the general public.
Open Access is the free, immediate, online availability of research articles coupled with the rights to use these articles fully in the digital environment. Open Access is the free, immediate, online availability of research articles coupled with the rights to use these articles fully in the digital environment.
An Economic View of the Environment. ... Whereas common property resources are held as private property by some group, open-access resources are non-excludable.
List of open access projects ... research funded by the National Institutes of Health to be published in an open access form; Other open access resources ...
In economics, open access resources are, for the most part, rivalrous, non-excludable goods. This makes them similar to common goods during times of prosperity. Unlike many common goods, open access goods require little oversight or may be difficult to restrict access.