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On February 12, 2008, Harvard's faculty have agreed to provide their scholarly articles online and available to everyone. For more information see American Libraries summary.
Harvard’s move is seen as giving a significant boost to the open access movement, which champions free, permanent online access to peer-reviewed scientific and scholarly material.
Posted by Brian Gray on March 30, 2008 02:16 PM
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