The simplest answer is that open access (OA) is a method of electronic publishing that allows anyone with an internet connection to gain access to an entire published work online at no cost to the user, states Sanford G. Thatcher in his article in The Copyright & New Media Law Newsletter, Vol. 2010, Issue. Click to read article.
What is Open Access? Article in The Copyright & New Media Law Newsletter
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