OA Policy: Legislazione Italiana e tedesca a confronto - Academic Publishing Services

Amyluv's bookmarks 2017-10-29


From Google translate:
"OA Policy: Italian and German 
Legislation Compared

"The Italian and European legislative pathway has been articulated to stimulate and regulate the phenomenon of Open Access, such as the free availability of scientific literature on the web and the possibility for each user to make extensive use of the content without financial, technical or legal barriers, but with the only constraint to guarantee their integrity and intellectual paternity

The fabric developed over time as a result of the scientific and academic effort to implement the idea emerged following the three major Declarations that emerged in the OA movement, commonly known as BBB (Budapest - February 2002, Bethesda - June 2003, Berlin - October 2003), the EU Commission has since 2006 launched a policy-driven opening policy, applying it to research programs (FP7 and Horizon 2020), and asking Member States to to take specific measures in favor of the OA."



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Open Access Tracking Project (OATP) ยป Amyluv's bookmarks


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Date tagged:

10/29/2017, 19:30

Date published:

10/29/2017, 15:30