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Chemistry Seminar - Fall 2019 (21:160:453 / 26:160:601): Access to Information

This guide was created specifically for Dr. Elena Galoppini's class - Fall 2019

Access to Information as a Rutgers Student

Open Access (OA)

  • “Gold” OA journals
    • all content is free
  • Hybrid journals
    • some articles are freely available, others are for-fee
  • “Green” OA repositories
    • all content is free and can include pre-prints and/or post-prints
      • may be embargoes to access
    • Rutgers's institutional repository:  RUcore
      • SOAR (Scholarly Open Access at Rutgers) is where Rutgers, faculty and graduate students are now required to submit their Accepted Manuscripts (AM) if posting the Version of Record is not possible
    • Disciplinary repositories:  arXiv, PubMed Central, and more!

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