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The transition towards open access to research articles has become a question of how, rather than why and the rise of transformative agreements has enabled publishers to strike agreements with large institutions and national research organisations to provide open access and authorship to their members. In this post, Arthur J. Boston puts forward an alternative Read & Let Read model, which could extend access beyond these limited groups and create a framework for more collaborative funding for access to open access research.
Boston, Arthur J., "Adding equity to transformative agreements and journal subscriptions –The Read & Let Read model" (2022). Faculty & Staff Research and Creative Activity. 206.
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