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Open access resources are are available free of charge on the internet to anyone. There are lots of sources of open access images, videos, e-books and articles that could be useful for your assignments, presentations, teaching and research.
The library's Discover More search includes open access content from:
arXiv is a repository of over 750,000 pre-publication scientific papers in the fields of physics, mathematics, non-linear science, computer science, quantitative biology, quantitative finance and statistics.
DOAJ includes more than 8,000 peer-reviewed open access journals.
ECONIS is the online catalogue of the German National Library of Economics. It includes more than 5 million descriptions of books, journals, articles, working and discussion papers, dissertations and statistics in the fields of economics, business studies and business practice with nearly 140,000 links to open access full text.
GPO is the publisher of the legislative, executive and judicial branches of the US government. Many of their publications are now openly accessible.
Hoover's Company Profiles provides company overviews, employee information, industry placement and financial information. Discover More has descriptions of this information and links to freely available content.
The Japan Science and Technology Agency produces J-STAGE, which includes more than 850 Japanese journals. Many articles are available in full-text in English.
Manuscriptorium is a collection of digitised European digitised historic book resources such as mansuscripts, incunabula, early printed books, maps and charters.
OAIster provides access to a range of open access resources, such as digitised books, journal articles, newspapers and manuscripts, digital text, audio, video, photographs, data sets, theses and research papers, from more than 1000 organisations.
Library Resource Guides include sources of open access:
Deakin University CRICOS Provider Code: 00113B