Open Access Discovery Workshop at the British Library

jackieproven's bookmarks 2018-12-20


The solid foundation of the open access movement is the importance of public access to research, but it is clear that discovery of this open research remains one of the barriers to fulfilling this goal. There are many organisations making progress in this space and it is not always easy keeping up to date with the projects that are currently underway, or even knowing about what is in the pipeline. In order to improve opportunities for collaboration and alignment, the British Library and Arcadia Fund brought together key organisations in this space to discuss what we want to prioritise as a group and what challenges are being faced.


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Tags: oa.discoverability oa.metadata oa.identities oa.users oa.sustainability oa.economics_of oa.infrastructure oa.british_library

Date tagged:

12/20/2018, 12:49

Date published:

12/20/2018, 05:02