Open Access in 60 seconds

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Open Access in 60 seconds
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What does open access mean? This video summarizes the main points: No costs and technical barriers for readers and libraries, but permanent access and possibilities for subsequent use, as well as the generation of new knowledge. This video was produced as part of the BMBF-funded project
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music Open access means permanent and barrier-free access to scientific information. Readers and libraries can access scholarly articles freely without paying fees.
By granting licenses, the authors specify how others can use their work. Anyone can share or reuse a publication, assuming an appropriate reference is given to the author. Of course we also want to avoid technical barriers. Archiving in a repository and shows the findability of documents this also guarantees permanent citation. Machine readable licenses allow the analysis of huge amounts of data. Easy access from all over the world and
the generation of new knowledge becomes possible. For more info please visit: Created by Technische Informationsbibliothek (TIB). Illustration & Animation: Jonas Hauss Speaker: Helene Brinken Script: Helene Brinken, Jessika Rücknagel Music: "Little Tomcat" by Josh Woodward (CC BY) This video was created within Funden by Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung (Federal Ministry of Education and Research).