Sage online content freely available… but for how long!?

While many of us are concerned with open access (see Angus’ recent post on the Open Library of the Humanities) and many are still grappling with the death of Aaron Swartz – who was prosecuted for downloading academic articles from JSTOR – and its political implications, it seems that in the meantime Sage has made all of its online content freely available, but maybe not for long: http://online.sagepub.com/.

Now is your chance to grab whatever article you have always wanted and could never pay to access, and who knows if there is someone out there at the moment scraping through all of Sage’s web content so it never gets locked down again…

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