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OSU Research Goes Online for Free

CORVALLIS, Ore. — Oregon State University is the first university in the Pacific Northwest to adopt an open access policy, allowing online users to access faculty research for free.

The open access policy will save web-users from subscribing to prestigious journals to see OSU material.

“A farmer may be interested in research conducted ┬áby the College of Agriculture,” said Michael Boock of the OSU Center for Digital Scholarship and Services. “A person starting a business might be interested in research conducted by the College of Science. This makes that research available to anyone in the world.”

Articles are available through the digital repository by clicking here.

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