MIT Open Access: Worldwide Impact

Posted October 7th, 2010 by Ellen Duranceau

The MIT Open Access Articles collection, which celebrates its first birthday this month, is making MIT research openly available across the globe.

In the last two months alone, articles in the MIT Open Access Articles Collection have been downloaded from 125 countries.

The collection is made available through DSpace@MIT and houses articles made available under the MIT Faculty Open Access Policy. It and has been growing consistently since it was established a year ago.

Faculty may contribute articles by:
Uploading the author’s final manuscript, post peer-review, via a web form, or sending it to the OA Policy Submission list.

If an author has already submitted this version to a preprint server or repository (e.g. arXiv), the author may email the paper’s identifying repository number, or the URL, instead of the paper.

For more information, contact copyright-lib@mit.edu.

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