Tracking open access stumps universities

alespierno's bookmarks 2017-11-03


Universities still do not know how many open-access papers their academics are publishing, Research Fortnight has learned. In April 2013, Research Councils UK shared £17 million between 84 institutions to pay for academic papers published in the following year to be made open access. RCUK’s policy said that the money was to be used to ensure that at least 45 percent of research papers would be published open access in this period.


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Tags: oa.universities oa.mandates
 oa.compliance oa.incentives oa.government oa.funders oa.embargoes oa.implementation oa.rcuk oa.reports oa.repositories oa.hei oa.journals

Date tagged:

11/03/2017, 12:26

Date published:

11/03/2017, 08:26