Difference between revisions of "Bibliography of open access"
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Latest revision as of 04:05, 3 February 2012
This list is part of the Open Access Directory.
- This bibliography is the work of OAD contributors. It's based on Charles W. Bailey, Jr., Open Access Bibliography: Liberating Scholarly Literature with E-Prints and Open Access Journals, Washington, DC: Association of Research Libraries, 2005.
- The original bibliography is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 2.5 license. The OAD version (like the rest of OAD) is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 license. The OAD version does not include the prefatory texts, which are still online. See the original Preface, Acknowledgements, and introductory essay, Key Open Access Concepts. The OAD version launched in July 2008.
- Also see Bailey's Open Access Journals Bibliography, first released August 23, 2010, and his Transforming Scholarly Publishing through Open Access: A Bibliography, first released September 2010.
- References in this bibliography are in the Chicago Manual of Style, 15th Edition, humanities style (the author-date system is not used). Entries are alphabetized using the letter-by-letter system. For a brief explanation of this reference style, see Kate Turabian, A Manual for Writers, 7th ed. A brief guide from the Williams College Libraries provides examples of humanities style references.
- The University of Texas provides a handy guide to coding HTML special characters, such as those with diacritical marks. Three em dashes and a period precede a repeated author entry. For example: ———. "An Article Title." One em dash is used when a dash appears in a title. For example: "An Article Title—Article Subtitle." An em dash is coded as:
- The links in this bibliography worked as of August 2004. If you can update a link, please do so; however, if you cannot update a dead link, please leave it as is.
- Related lists in OAD: See the list of bibliographies in Lists maintained by others.
- General Works
- Open Access Statements
- Copyright Arrangements for Self-Archiving and Use
- Open Access Journals
- Disciplinary Archives
- Institutional Archives and Repositories
- Open Archives Initiative and OAI-PMH
- Conventional Publisher Perspectives
- Government Inquires and Legislation
- Open Access Arrangements for Developing Countries
- Interviews and Profiles
- Economic support for open access