This week, I focused more particularly on ways to find Open Access materials, starting with the (relatively small!) list of eprints of Journal of Refugee Studies articles that I located while conducting my case study.
I will of course continue to highlight OA references on this blog as I come across them. But for that to happen, more authors need to provide Open Access to their scholarly works! If you would like to do so, then please either refer to my OA blog for guidance or read this short and straightforward web page, "How to Make Your Own Work Open Access," by Peter Suber, a well-known OA advocate.
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