Generally, Open Access is the ability to gain access to articles in full text without having to pay a license/pay-per-use fee.
Copyright is more than a matter for lawyers or academics. It’s the subject of continuing, divisive debate within publishing.
A recent survey revealed that 73% of Americans have read a book in the last year, but just 28% have read an e-book.
When content is stored properly, all of a sudden, publishers can create new value from content they’ve already got.