Oxford University Press has issued a revised press release about the results of one of its programs involving open access publishing. The earlier release suggested a broad scholarly hesitancy to use open access and the revised announcement shows that the data were from one program. Supporters of open access were frustrated by the initial release (and angry at Inside Higher Ed for summarizing it, as comments here show). The revised release may be found here.
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