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openaccess.jpegThe findings of a new Cornell study challenge the widely held belief that open access academic articles -- those published free online -- get cited more often in academic literature. The study concluded that open access publishing reaches more readers than subscription publishing, but found no evidence of a citation advantage the first year after publication. The findings are particularly relevant to academic researchers, because the frequency with which a researcher's work is cited can be a factor in tenure and promotion decisions.

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