Science, Copyright, and Free Inquiry

Lawrence Lessig talks about The Architecture of Access to Scientific Knowledge arguing academic journals should be freely accessible by the general public, not just the academic elites. We of course already believe this, which is why we launched the Free, Open Content Journal of Transport and Land Use.

Further, the evidence is that open access journals have a citation advantage (Swan "The Open Access citation advantage").

The Architecture of Access to Scientific Knowledge from lessig on Vimeo.

(Via Kelly Clifton.)

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