Study quantifies the growing traction of open access

peter.suber's bookmarks 2019-04-18


"Now an analysis shows that researchers in the UK are indeed posting their papers online earlier, as are their colleagues all over the world. The time researchers are taking to post papers online shrunk by an average of 472 days per country between 2013 and 2017, finds a study published on 17 April and to be presented at the ACM/IEEE Joint Conference on Digital Libraries in June. Though the authors can’t definitively say what’s behind the trend, they suggest that the Research England policy and other funding eligibility requirements recently announced worldwide are pushing academics to rapidly make their work freely available...."


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Tags: oa.mandates oa.speed oa.embargoes oa.trends oa.incentives oa.ref oa.compliance oa.deposits oa.comparisons oa.policies oa.repositories oa.growth

Date tagged:

04/18/2019, 12:26

Date published:

04/18/2019, 10:24