Open Access policy, procedure & process at Cambridge | Unlocking Research

lkfitz's bookmarks 2017-09-19


"The Open Access policies developed and applied by the UK’s major research funders (HEFCE, RCUK and COAF) all aim to achieve one thing: freedom of knowledge for all. However, the specific mechanisms these funders have taken to achieve this goal varies considerably and requires careful implementation from higher education institutions (HEIs).

In this blog post, I’ll describe the different workflows required to meet each funder’s expectations and then look at how these policies intersect with each other to form a tangled web of policy nightmare. Some of the decisions and processes will be peculiar to the University of Cambridge, especially when it comes to decisions around funding for article processing charges (APCs), but the general approach will be true of most UK HEIs."


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Tags: oa.u.cambridge oa.universities oa.policies oa.implementation oa.policies.funders oa.fees oa.hefce oa.repositories oa.hei oa.funders oa.journals

Date tagged:

09/19/2017, 10:37

Date published:

09/19/2017, 06:37