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Paperity is a multidisciplinary aggregator of open access journals and papers. It was launched in October 2014 with 160,000 articles.[1][2][3]

As of December 2020, Paperity includes 7.2 million articles from 15,300 journals, covering academic disciplines including mathematical sciences, life sciences, medicine, social sciences, and humanities. Paperity provides full-text search, RSS feeds and a mobile application to access the literature. All articles are available in full text without fees.

Paperity shares the aggregated metadata with other academic services such as OCLC.[4]


  1. ^ Paperity: Multidisciplinary Aggregator of OA Journals and Papers, ejournals@cambridge
  2. ^ Jeroen Bosman, Paperity: a multidisciplinary Open Access content aggregator, I&M / I&O 2.0
  3. ^ "Paperity, le nouveau portail qui veut diffuser 100 % de la littérature "open access"".
  4. ^ OCLC signs agreements with leading publishers worldwide, OCLC

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