Re: Roundtable Press Release (Access to Research Results)

From: Sally Morris <>
Date: Mon, 18 Jan 2010 14:04:05 -0000

Presumably it's the 47% who did, at least occasionally, use self-archived
copies who would have answered this question. Their answers suggest that
some of them were confused about what was and wasn't a collection of s/a

I suggest you read the article


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-----Original Message-----
From: American Scientist Open Access Forum
Behalf Of Heather Morrison
Sent: 18 January 2010 01:07
Subject: Re: Roundtable Press Release (Access to Research Results)

On 17-Jan-10, at 2:39 PM, Sally Morris wrote:

> Those who look beyond the abstract will find that we did, indeed,
> ask where
> they looked for articles
> Sally

If more than half are not aware of author self-archiving (assuming
your abstract is correct on this point), why would they look for self-
archived copies?

Heather Morrison, MLIS
The Imaginary Journal of Poetic Economics
Received on Mon Jan 18 2010 - 17:21:40 GMT

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