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Open Access: Looking Back, Looking Forwards

ComputerWorldUK - Glyn Moody - A couple of weeks ago, I spoke at a conference celebrating the tenth anniversary of the Berlin declaration on open access. More formally, the "Berlin Declaration on Open Access to Knowledge in the Sciences and Humanities" is one of three seminal formulations of the open access idea: the other two are the Bethesda Statement (2003) and the original Budapest Open Access Initiative (2002).

I entitled my talk "Half a Revolution"; the slides are embedded below, and can also be freely downloaded.