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Open Access Week at ADS and Internet Archaeology

ADS and Internet Archaeology have been taking part in Open Access Week. Open Access Week is an international event now where the academic and research community can  to help inspire wider participation in Open Access by sharing information, events and ideas.

What Is Open Access?

“Open Access” to information  is the free, immediate, online access to the results of scholarly research, and the right to use and re-use those results as you need.

In celebration of Open Access Week ADS has been releasing a new archive every day! And Internet Archaeology has gone totally open access for the week!

ADS and Internet Archaeology have also been participating by publishing the following blog posts on the Open Access Week website advertising our Open Access content and initiatives.

  • The Archaeology Data Service
  • Internet Archaeology
  • Internet Archaeology Goes Open Access for the Week
  • The Grey Literature Library: Over 20,000 Open Access Archaeological Reports Now Available at ADS
  • Open Access Data Papers at Internet Archaeology

One response to “Open Access Week at ADS and Internet Archaeology

david dawson says:

Well done. I am pleased this initiative has been taken and that both the Medieval Pottery Research Group and the Somerset Archaeological & Natural History Society have agreed to apply the green standard to their periodic literature.

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