California paves way for open access

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Megan Geuss at arstechnica provides some background on the University of California's move to free public access for future research articles by faculty members at its 10 campuses: "Making the open access license automatic for its faculty leverages the power of the institution … against the power of publishers who would otherwise lock content behind a paywall," Geuss writes. More from the Chronicle of Higher Education.

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