From the October 26 issue of the Minnesota Daily:
Gabriel Weisberg , a reviews editor at an open-access journal called "Nineteenth-Century Art Worldwide," said open access journals are becoming a necessity.
Weisberg, who is also a professor of art history at the University, said textbooks, especially art books, are becoming prohibitively expensive. It has also become more difficult for researchers to publish their material, he said.
Weisberg said his journal, which was launched in 2001, is now collecting about 500,000 hits per month.
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