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Íslandsvinurinn Peter Suber skrifar í Guardian um sex helstu goðsagnir og misskilning ýmiskonar varðandi opinn aðgang:

Open access: six myths to put to rest

Open access to research is still held back by misunderstandings repeated by people who should know better, says Peter Suber.
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1) The only way to provide open access to peer-reviewed journal articles is to publish in open access journals [..]

2) All or most open access journals charge publication fees [..]

3) Most author-side fees are paid by the authors themselves [..]

4) Publishing in a conventional journal closes the door on making the same work open access [..]

5) Open access journals are intrinsically low in quality [..]

6) Open access mandates infringe academic freedom [..]

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