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* These are Peter Suber's supplements and updates to his book, ''Open Access: Research Unbound,'' MIT Press, 2012.
  
 
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== The book ==
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* The text was finished in June 2011, with only one or two small updates inserted after that.
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* The word count is 147k, higher than MIT wanted. In many places I was constrained by the word count. For example, in the preface, I wanted to thank many more colleagues, but in the end I only thanked those who helped with economic support for my OA work.

Revision as of 13:13, 1 April 2012

  • These are Peter Suber's supplements and updates to his book, Open Access: Research Unbound, MIT Press, 2012.

Contents


The book

  • ///here give links to MIT, Amazon, etc.; explain when/how it will become OA
  • The text was finished in June 2011, with only one or two small updates inserted after that.
  • The word count is 147k, higher than MIT wanted. In many places I was constrained by the word count. For example, in the preface, I wanted to thank many more colleagues, but in the end I only thanked those who helped with economic support for my OA work.