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Millán, J. D., Cudina, J. N., & Ossa, J. C. (2021). El acceso abierto y sus paradojas. Revista Guillermo De Ockham, 15(1). https://doi.org/10.21500/22563202.3437 (Original work published March 7, 2017)
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El acceso abierto es una forma de promoción del acceso a la literatura académica libre de costos y sin restricción en la licencia (Björk et. al, 2010). El internet y la emergencia del World Wide Web fueron los elementos que hicieron posible el crecimiento de ésta forma de publicación. El modelo de acceso abierto surgió en la década del 90 como una forma alternativa de las revistas de suscripción.


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