Benefits of Open Access Books - Librarian Resources

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Benefits of Open Access Books

 

Open Access Books are beneficial when producing the book and reading the book content.

Open access book content benefits from:
– Rigorous peer review
– Creative Commons licensing options
– Increased reach of researcher content
– Being DRM Free
– Guaranteed legacy preservation of scholarship as research is stored in archives at CLOCKSS and Portico
– Thorough peer review and the same professional production process as our traditionally published titles
– Open Access Books and Chapters are available to read for FREE on the Taylor & Francis eBooks platform

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Taylor & Francis Open Access Books Resources

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