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April 7, 2015 | Claire Redhead, OASPA’s Membership and Communications Manager

Perspectives on open access: the view from OASPA

Continuing our occasional series on perspectives on open-access publishing, we invited Claire Redhead from OASPA (Open Access Scholarly Publishers Association) to answer some questions on the organization's role, why standards are so important to researchers, editors, and everyone involved in OA, and the role that OASPA play in this. Find out what she said.
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