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Open Access Resources

Google Scholar

One of the easiest ways to check for an OA version of an article is to search for the article in Google Scholar. Google partners with university repositories and other datasets to find OA versions of otherwise paywalled articles. If there is an open version available, you can see the link next to the article title in the results, highlighted in the image below:

Where Can I Find OA Resources?

A-Z Database List

Open access resources are designated Open access icon and can be sorted by "Database Type." Other open resources are marked Public domain icon, indicating that they belong in the public domain.

Highlighted OA Resources

Open Access Databases


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