10 years of the IFLA open access statement: a call to action

« Full and immediate free access to research outputs and publications ensures that everyone – including researchers, policy makers, citizens, scientists, and the public – has the data, evidence, and knowledge they need to address societal, environmental, and global challenges. IFLA defines open access in its 2011 statement that in turn endorses the Budapest Open Access Initiative definition. IFLA recognizes and supports that the open distribution of scholarship needs to be more inclusive of marginalized research communities and actively foster bibliodiversity through a range of models, languages, and means of publishing. (…) »

source > repository.ifla.org, 30 août 2022, https://repository.ifla.org/handle/123456789/2029