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Working of Open Access:

The internet allows us to disseminate knowledge widely with efficiency and at a lower cost than was previously possible. However, publishing still has costs that need to be covered such as proof reading, copyediting, digital presentation and preservation, promotion and dissemination of scientific work. With Open Access, authors or organizations employing them pay an article processing charge to cover these costs, ensuring their work is properly evaluated for quality and made easy to find, download and read.
There are four primary mechanisms that can be used to enable Open Access:

Open Access Publishing:

Authors can choose to publish their research articles in a growing number of journals that meet the full definition of Open Access. The content is free to all interested readers, and the publishers place no financial or copyright barriers between the readers and the authors.

Digital Repositories:

Authors can choose to deposit their research articles in digital archives (often called Digital Repositories or Institutional Repositories) which conform to the standards of the Open Archives Initiative (OAI), and enable readers to freely access and fully reuse the article text.

Effectively Managed Author Rights:

The authors of a research paper have ability to ensure that the article can be accessed and used by the widest possible audience.

Local, National and International Open Access Policies:

Governments and private foundations supporting research through funding to research organizations can implement effective policies that support making Open Access to scholarly research articles the default mode for their researchers.