Regeringen slår et slag for flere gratis forskningsartikler | Uniavisen 2014-06-29


[From Google's English] "All in Denmark must have free access over the Internet to research articles that Danish research institutions publish. This phenomenon is called Open Access and has spread over the last few years all over the world as a counterweight to the scientific journals steadily increasing subscription prices. The government has now made ​​a number of goals in the new National Strategy for Open Access to Education Minister Sophie Carsten Nielsen (R) has just presented. It states in part that there should be free access for citizens, researchers and companies to 80 percent of the articles in 2017, and in 2022, 100 percent of all Danish research articles available free on the Internet ..."


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Date tagged:

06/29/2014, 10:25

Date published:

06/29/2014, 07:51