Answered By: Ellen Phillips
Last Updated: Jul 27, 2018     Views: 3

There’s nothing inherent in open access that connects to quality one way or the other. Some OA materials do lack quality; some toll-access materials do as well. It is up to you to discern the quality of any material you use. Things like peer review and publication reputation can help. The ultimate decision is yours, however.

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