Tuesday, May 23, 2006

Citing Open Access Research

A University Health Network / University of Toronto Study states that open access articles have a distinct citation advantage over those published in subscription journals. In the report, "Citation Advantage of Open Access Articles," Gunther Eysenbach, Senior Scientist of the Centre for Global eHealth Innovation (a joint endeavour of the University Health Network and University of Toronto), states that open access achieves greater exchange of scholarly work, particularly in developing countries where open access publishing is the primary means by which researchers keep pace with research throughout the world.

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