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More than 4,000 National Academies Press PDFs Now Available to Download for Free

Yet another group embraces the free exchange of information. This is heroic. The open revolution is unstoppable; more and more people and groups are recognizing the distinction between information and scarce resources. Those who do not join us will be left in the dust.

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More than 4,000 National Academies Press PDFs Now Available to Download for Free

June 2, 2011 · byBarb Murphy

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The National Academies—National Academy of Sciences, National Academy of Engineering, Institute of Medicine, and National Research Council—are committed to distributing their reports to as wide an audience as possible. Since 1994 we have offered “Read for Free” options for almost all our titles. In addition, we have been offering free downloads of most of our titles to everyone and of all titles to readers in the developing world. We are now going one step further. Effective June 2nd, PDFs of reports that are currently for sale on the National Academies Press (NAP) Website and PDFs associated with future reports* will be offered free of charge to all Web visitors.

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