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Open Access Collections

Open resources are those that are available for use, either because they are in the public domain, or because they were published with an open license. Open licenses allow creators to retain copyright while also providing permission for use in advance, so you don't have to ask.

This page has a selection of books,digital repositories,  journals, and media. For specialized resources for a particular area of study please also see the guide for that program.

Tim Berners-Lee: A Magna Carta for the Web

Shared with permission as per the TED Talks Usage Policy. TED is the original source of this material. 


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