Quality of content in open authoring

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open authoring enables individuals from all over the world to share information and to add ideas to what is under research. materials found in open authored documents should however be used in comparison with other materials on the same subject. this is because anyone can edit information in open authoring where accessibility is not regulated or has easy access. open authoring also enables individuals who have no access to have their works published due to financial constraints make available their knowledge for others to expound on and make use of it. on whether there is significant differences in the quality of content in open and closed authoring approaches remain a matter subject to debate as both have their pros and cons, and both have situations under which their application is most vital. for example open authored materials is easily accessible for use by knowledge seekers while closed authored materials can only be used with full permission and under subscribed circumstances. i end here for now.

Champo (talk)21:39, 2 March 2008