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Douglas Carnall
Such an archive would be particularly valuable for those interested in terminology such as translators and editors.
Often the resolution of an unfamiliar term depends on being able to read it easily in context, which requires access to the full article, not just an abstract.
In this circumstance, searches conducted in an environment where full accessibility is the norm, and that exclude all paywalled material, would be very useful indeed.
The website "Who needs access?" (http://whoneedsaccess.org/http://whoneedsaccess.org/) documents several other such scenarios, which may be of use to you.
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