"The harm caused by myths about open access."

Leading Open Access scholar and advocate, Peter Suber, published an Open Access response to the findings of a survey carried out at the University of Saskatchewan in November 2012 and published July 2014. The survey found that a significant number of researcher-respondents believe in Open Access in theory, but shy away from it in practice because of a belief in a number of common myths or misunderstandings about Open Access. To read Suber's post which addresses these myths, go here. To read the University of Saskatchewan report go here.