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The basics of open access publishing

Editage Insights | Oct 22, 2015 | 23,153 views

As an early-career researcher, it is extremely important for you to ensure that you start publishing papers and get recognized for your work. Open access publishing provides researchers with maximum visibility. But what is open access publishing? Here are a few notes to help you understand the basics about open access publishing. You can also download a PDF version of the notes as handy reference.


Open access publishingThis infographic was created by Jayashree Rajagopalan.


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