Annex Publishers Open Access statement
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In keeping with this Statement of Principles, the Annex Publishers will develop and monitor an implementation plan and web-based services to make faculty participation in open access and dissemination as convenient as possible. This Statement of Principles will be reviewed regularly to ensure the success and quality of the journal.
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