What is Open Access (Green Route)?What is Open Access (Gold Route)?Open Access Iniatives (incl. Developing Countries)IFLA and eIFL and Open AccessOA Policies/GuidelinesThe Public DomainBenefits of Open Access
A2K Websites, Wikis, Blogs, etc.ICT Issues & A2K
Enabling Scholarship & Research with Open AccessOA ButtonOpen SciencePaying for OA
Wits Addendum to Publication AgreementSelf-PublishingLicensing Open ContentWho Owns Your Works?
Vimeos on Bibliometrics/Impact FactorAltmetricsData Analysis Tools
Publishers not accepted in academia
Berlin Declaration on OA ...Wits OA BrochureWits OA Information SheetWits Author's AddendumOpen Access Events at WitsInternational/Regional/Local Events
Basic Steps in the Research Process
More OA ResourcesETDs and Scholarly RepositoriesDigital Libraries/Repositories (South Africa)Institutional Repositories PoliciesGuides for IRs/Digital LibrariesUseful articles on repositoriesDigital Libraries/IRs
OA Vimeos
Open Source LMS/Licensing/Authoring Tools
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This LibGuide provides useful information about the Open Access Movement, open access publishing and open scholarly communication trends.
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Welcome to this LibGuide on Open Access (OA), Access to Knowledge (A2K) and Scholarly Communication.  I hope you will find these resources useful.  Should you have any queries, or should you want to add other useful references to this Guide, please contact Denise Nicholson (see Profile for details)

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