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MIT president asks for “a thorough analysis” of Aaron Swartz case

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Unintentional Benefits of Open Access: The broader impact of making publications free

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What Makes A Paper Useful?

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Open Access From a Patient Advocate’s Perspective: “Inserting Ourselves into the Science of a Condition”

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Citizenship, Scholarship, and the Republic of Science

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What I learned as an Academic Editor for PLOS ONE

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Tim Vollmer of Creative Commons on HowOpenIsIt?

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Neelie Kroes talks open science

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Open Access Is Not for Scientists. It’s for Medical Students

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Getting in the Access Loop: Mentorship for Publishing African Health Research

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