Sunday October 28, 2000
Accessibility without Constraint
Researchers no longer have to be constrained by their institutionís limited budgets for subscriptions, site-licenses and pay-per-view
Remedying the non-anglo-saxon and developing worldís extra disadvantages, both in the visibility of their own research to the rest of the world (impact barriers) and in the accessibility of the rest of the rest of the worldís research to non-anglo-saxon and developing world researchers
Re-engaging the Internet-age student with peer-reviewed scientific research, readily accessible from any computer, anywhere
Why should publicly funded research be financially firewalled?
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