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Regional Leadership Program: Open Access

What is Open Access?

Open access (OA) refers to freely available, digital, online information.  Open Access is not related to an item’s quality; the material may or may not be peer-reviewed.

Law Resources

Google Scholar

Google Scholar is a useful search tool as it makes use of Google's sophisticated search algorithms and allows natural language searching to locate resources such as articles, theses, books, abstracts and court opinions.

You can use Google Scholar to locate Open Access resources, however without having an institutional login you will not be able to access everything in your search results.

Google Scholar Search

Open Access explained

Free online resources

The following resources are multidisciplinary, covering a range of research areas including business, management and finance.You can search or browse within them to locate resources relevant to your modules.