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   Category: Scholarly Communications>  
    Open Access  
   CHORUS is a suite of services and best practices that provides a sustainable solution for agencies and publishers to deliver public access to published articles reporting on funded research in the United States.
       Creative Commons
   Creative Commons helps you legally share your knowledge and creativity. With a network of staff, board, and affiliates around the world, Creative Commons provides free, easy-to-use copyright licenses to make a simple and standardized way to give the public permission to share and use your creative work–on conditions of your choice.
       DASH - Digital Access to Scholarship at Harvard
   A central, open-access repository of research by members of the Harvard community.
       DOE Pages
   Access journal articles and accepted manuscripts resulting from DOE research funding
       Los Alamos Research Online
   LANL's repository of documents available to the public. The repository also includes references to journal articles and conference proceedings.
       Open DOAR
   OpenDOAR is an authoritative directory of academic open access repositories. OpenDOAR lets you search for repositories or search repository contents. Additionally, it provides tools and support to both repository administrators and service providers in sharing best practice and improving the quality of the repository infrastructure.
       PLOS ONE
   PLOS ONE gives researchers a faster path to publishing in a high-quality peer-reviewed journal. All work that reaches rigorous technical and ethical standards is published and freely and immediately available to everyone.
       Scholarly Communication - ACRL
   Association of Research Library's site promoting the development of "effective, extensible, sustainable, and economically viable models of scholarly communication that provide barrier-free access to quality information in support of the mission of research institutions."