Opening up access to research and information isn’t a luxury – it’s a necessity

Opening up access to research and information isn’t a luxury – it’s a necessity

Photo: The conversation/Shutterstock
Photo: The conversation/Shutterstock

Children struggle to learn when they don’t have science labs and libraries. Learning becomes difficult in classrooms that are falling apart, or where children are expected to sit on the floor because they have neither desks nor chairs.

An article by Susan Veldsman, the director of the Scholarly Publishing Unit at the Academy of Science of South Africa (ASSAf) and Ina Smith, the SciELO Planning Manager at ASSAf.

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