Universiteter skal blive bedre til at udnytte Open Access — Uddannelses- og Forskningsministeriet
"18 percent of the scientific articles that Danish research institutions published in 2014, is free and available free of charge via the Internet. It shows a new Open Access barometer published today by the Agency for Research and Innovation.Open Access barometer also shows that there is a huge untapped potential for open access to the entire 61 percent. Danish universities and researchers to become better at exploiting their legitimate right to parallel publication of their research articles in digital archives accessible to all via the Internet - also called Green Open Access.Det is often argued that it is primarily the scientific publishers, ranging leg for companies, doctors, school teachers and the general public free of charge access to the latest research. It is not the whole story. It is only about 21 percent of the articles of the copyright reasons never made freely available to the public ..."