Tuesday, October 20, 2009

Open Access Recap

Continuing with our Open Access Week theme, I wanted to highlight some previous posts on the issue here at the Open Source Paleontologist. In other words, I don't have time to write a more comprehensive post right now. So, enjoy these old ones!

Greatest Hits of Open Access at OSP
Open Access Publishing and the Paleontologist
Open Access Journals in Paleontology
Rating Open Access Journals in Paleo - Intro, I, II, III, IV
My Dissertation - Now Open Access
Aetosaurs and the Open Access Dissertation

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Nezzy said...

I just popped in the give you a big old Ozarks CONGRATULATIONS for blog of note. This farm chick is just thrilled for you.

As we say from the hills and hollers 'round there parts, "ya'll have a wonderful day!!!"

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!Teq-uila Del Zapata said...

I can't believe there could a open source paleontologist as well.
Greeting from a fellow open source developer.
After Linus' blog, u will be another interesting entry on my blog roll.

Silvia said...

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