The term Open Access (OA) was introduced collectively by:
Their common ground is referred as the 'BBB' definition, which defines Open Access to peer-reviewed research literature as-
'Freely available literatures on the public internet, permitting any users to read, download or copy and use them for any other lawful purpose, without financial, legal, or technical barriers other than those inseparable from gaining access to the internet itself.'
Open access is a new cohort in digital publishing arena where the author's intrinsic merit of research and scholarly contributions is made available online without any specific charges.
Authors, editors and readers please note that all manuscripts published in Heighten Science Journals are under Creative Commons Attribution License, providing immediate and permanent access for free to all types of original works. The license grants copyrights to the author concerned and make the articles available for their distribution. Everyone can use the manuscripts in productive way for the benefits of the society. However the authors are requested to maintain the citation to the original source.
Heighten Science Open Access paradigm provides flexibility in following aspects: