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Garfield on open access

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Since it has been demonstrated that on line access improves both readership and citation impact we can certainly expect that the vast majority of the low impact journals would be well advised to make their journals open access. Whether this increases their impact remains to be seen, but increased readership or attention seems inevitable. [AMERICAN-SCIENTIST-OPEN-ACCESS-FORUM archives — 2004 (#83)]

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