This week’s topic discussed free access to online content. My post focused on open access which is when knowledge is shared freely and without most licensing restrictions. Correspondingly, Figure 1 illustrates the process of writing my topic 5 post. Figure 1. The process of writing topic 5 Accordingly, open access mainly applies to academic research;… Continue reading Topic 5: Reflection
As a student, I am usually first to exploit freely available information online; this is called open access: when knowledge is shared without charge and without most licensing restrictions. Personally, I benefit from open access through scientific research however, free online content also includes media platforms such as newspapers, music and television shows which is… Continue reading Would You Pay to Read this Blog if it Cost £1,000?