Tag Archives: Open Access

A Snapshot from our Law School Repository: Digital Commons

Since 2006 the Law Library has worked to preserve past events, publications and scholarly works for the University of Georgia School of Law community. To date, the resulting UGA School of Law Digital Commons repository has amassed a whopping 9,615 … Continue reading

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Free Law!

Created by Fastcase, the Public Library of Law – PLoL is a resource for searching law freely available on the Internet.  It provides a searchable interface to a large collection of primary law at both the state and federal levels.  … Continue reading

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Today! Increasing Scholarly Impact with Open Access Publishing

Do people cite open access articles more than articles locked behind fee and copyright restrictions? Please join us this morning at the UGA Law School as UGA Law Library Director, Carol A. Watson, and Dr. James M. Donovan, Director of … Continue reading

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Increasing Scholarly Impact with Open Access Publishing

Do people cite open access articles more than articles locked behind fee and copyright restrictions? Please join us during Open Access Week (October 22-26, 2012), as UGA Law Library Director, Carol A. Watson, and James M. Donovan, Director of the … Continue reading

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World Bank Open Knowledge Repository

The World Bank has launched a database that contains a variety of resources on international law and development.  This is an open access website that publishes the intellectual output of the World Bank.  Resources include: World Bank published books from … Continue reading

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