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- Academic publishing : A subfield of publishing concerned with scientific research and other scholarly activities.
- Open access : The free, immediate online access to the results of research, coupled with the right to use those results in new and innovative ways.
- Open-access publishing : A subset of publishing in which information is made public at no cost to the reader; often used synonymously with Gold open access.
- Directory of Open Access Journals : A web-based service provided by the University of Lund that lists open-access journals that meet a number of quality criteria, e.g. concerning how they evaluate the scholarly content that they publish.
- Open-access publisher : A publisher that does not charge readers.
- Open Access Scholarly Publishers Association : A professional society concerned with developing standards in open access publishing and promoting the field as a whole.
- Open content : Media of any kind that are publicly accessible, typically for free via the World Wide Web.
- Open knowledge : Knowledge that is publicly accessible, typically for free via the World Wide Web.
- Open data : Data that are publicly available for use, reuse and redistribution, typically for free via the World Wide Web.
- Open government : Add brief definition or description
- Open science : A movement aimed at making the process of scientific research more transparent both within and beyond the scientific community, and at sharing its results with the widest possible audience.
- Public peer review : A variant of peer review in which the evaluation of a scholarly manuscript or grant proposal takes place in public before formal publication.
- Web 2.0 : A description of the WWW that allows for greater social interaction between producers and consumers, authors and readers of content, to the point where such distinctions become meaningless.
- Science 2.0 : An umbrella term used to label the use of Web 2.0 tools for scientific purposes.
- Creative Commons : A 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to enabling the sharing of the digital heritage of humanity.
- Public domain : Intellectual property that is not protected by copyright, trade mark or patent.
- Wiki : A website that allows anyone (with registration required or not) to edit any page and to add new pages.