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Open Access Resources: Suggestions from Subject Specialists

Get more information about what Open Access means, and find OA resources in a variety of formats to support your research and teaching.

From Christine Oka, African-American Studies, Anthropology, and Sociology Librarian

Anthropology | Maps:

Harvard Geospatial Library (HGL)
   Has open access GIS  "layers" available for download and provided "in a consistent, open format so they can easily be used by  many different software packages without the need for translation."

African-American Studies | Selected Open Access Journals:

From Joan Omoruyi, Engineering and Physics Librarian

From Amanda Rust, English & American Literature Librarian

Selected Open Web Primary Sources:

(Check out Amanda's Primary Sources page on her Research Guide for listings by era!)