What caught my attention from the readings this week was the concept of green (and gold) open access, from the article by Björk. I was particularly interested in the debate surrounding the difference between the two kinds of open access, as well as arguments against or for their usage. I came across an interesting article titled "Open access: six myths to put to rest", which did a good job of clarifying some of the arguments that I'd read against both types of open access, especially the idea that gold open access generally requires large author-side fees. I found it particularly interesting that there is (or was) the myth that all open access is gold open access. (However, this article is from roughly a year ago, so I would be curious to know if that mindset is still prevalent today).