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Society's pursuit of open information solutions is disjointed. These solutions—including but not limited to open access, open data, open source, open science, open government, and open educational resources—all have much in common, and yet we treat them as separate entities from a policy perspective. Is it possible to unite these solutions under a single open solutions policy framework? If so, what might this framework look like, what should our open goals be, and how can we "sell" this idea todoi:10.13021/osi2020.2930 fatcat:pwhlnughzbey5b5jmyhfindnru