Answered By: Ellen Phillips
Last Updated: Jul 27, 2018     Views: 68

Our peers have found that, overwhelmingly, they do not. In fact, an opt-out open access policy clarifies the University’s position, provides an easy mechanism for opting out, and reduces the chances that authors will inadvertently violate their publishing contracts by posting publishers’ versions of their articles elsewhere on the web.



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