On the OA "mandate" for books in the Third REF and the worry over trade books | Martin Paul Eve | Professor of Literature, Technology and Publishing

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"In the past few days, well over a year since HEFCE signalled its “inten[tion] to move towards an open-access requirement for monographs in the exercise that follows the next REF (expected in the mid-2020s)”, humanities academics have been getting themselves stirred up on the basis of a document issued by the Royal Historical Society. It is curious that it is only now that people are paying any attention to this."



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04/03/2018, 10:35

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04/03/2018, 06:35