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Use Creative Commons

In recent years, open access has become increasingly popular in academic publishing. Works, such as articles, are being made available to readers on the internet free of charge.

In this type of publishing, where the author typically retains the right to independently publish the work – either in conjunction with publication in a subscription journal or exclusively in an open access archive or journal – a licence has been developed guiding readers as to what they may or may not do with the work.

The licence, called Creative Commons, was developed in 2001 by a non-profit organisation that offers a number of simple tools to enable creators, academics and institutions to fully or partially share their work with others.

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