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#digped Storify: Outlining the "Open" in Open Access and Open Source

 Published on September 28, 2012 /  Written by /  0
Prompted by some of the initial responses to Robin’s #digped announcement, “Blurring Lines, Breaking Rules,” the discussion began with consideration of working definitions for and distinctions between “Open Source” and “Open Access.”
Then, as a number of participants observed, the distinctions between open access and open source approaches to intellectual property sharing stem from how we define “open,” and the discussion quickly turned to existing and potential paradigms of “openness.”

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