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Open Access to scientific literature

Dr. Agathe Gebert, who is in charge of negotiating for cooperations with publishing houses for the DIPF-based project pedocs, talks to the online magazine "Bildung + Innovation".

Open Access creates unrestrained access to scientific information on the internet and enables users to obtain qualified publications, which are reliably and permanently stored. The editors of the online magazine Bildung + Innovation, which is dedicated to the topic of innovation and quality development in education, have talked to Dr. Agathe Gebert, staff member at the DIPF, about Open Access, the document server pedocs and the reasons behind the DIPF’s significant contribution to the process of Open Access publishing.
Read the interview in Bildung + Innovation

last modified Dec 17, 2010