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Gideon Burton

The Manchester Metropolitan University's library services posted this comment on their blog (http://tinyurl.com/bc452q):

An informative discussion on “how Open Access can bring broader impact and exposure for scholarship – especially if scholars will preserve copyright so they can deposit their work in an institutional repository”. [Source: Academic Evolution Blog, 07-02-09] MMU has its own institutional repository, e-space. See the library website for full details of how to contribute and how to access the content.(http://tinyurl.com/acs4w6)

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