Archives par mot-clé : open access mandates

Performance of Mandated Institutional Repositories

« More and more Institutional Repositories are developed to promote the Green Open Access of research output (especially peer-reviewed journal articles). Since 2001, some institutions became adopting mandate policies aiming to mandate self-archiving by authors affiliated to these institutions This study … Continuer la lecture

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Estimating Open Access Mandate Effectiveness : I. The MELIBEA Score

« MELIBEA is a Spanish database that uses a composite formula with eight weighted conditions to estimate the effectiveness of Open Access mandates (registered in ROARMAP). We analyzed 68 mandated institutions for publication years 2011-2013 to determine how well the MELIBEA … Continuer la lecture

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The Critical Role of Institutional Services in Open…

The Critical Role of Institutional Services in Open Access Advocacy : « This paper examines the development of the Open Access movement in scholarly communication, with particular attention to some of the rhetorical strategies and policy mechanisms used to promote it … Continuer la lecture

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Recent developments in Open Access Open Access…

Recent developments in Open Access : « Open Access to the world’s research literature has been an obvious development since the emergence of the Internet. To everyone, it appears clear that the costs of disseminating research could drop dramatically. Yet, progress … Continuer la lecture

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Testing the Finch Hypothesis on Green OA Mandate Ineffectiveness

« We have now tested the Finch Committee’s Hypothesis that Green Open Access Mandates are ineffective in generating deposits in institutional repositories. With data from ROARMAP on institutional Green OA mandates and data from ROAR on institutional repositories, we show that … Continuer la lecture

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Implementing Open Access Mandates in Europe This…

Implementing Open Access Mandates in Europe : « This work highlights existing open access policies in Europe and provides an overview of publishers’ self-archiving policies. It also highlights the strategies needed to implement these policies. It provides a unique overview of … Continuer la lecture

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Licensing Revisited Open Access Clauses in Practice …

Licensing Revisited: Open Access Clauses in Practice : « Open access increases the visibility and use of research outputs and promises to maximize the return on our public investment in research. However, only a minority of researchers will “spontaneously” deposit their … Continuer la lecture

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Public Access to Federally Funded Research Copyright and…

Public Access to Federally Funded Research: Copyright and Other Issues :

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The effects of open access mandates on institutional…

The effects of open access mandates on institutional repositories in the UK and Germany : « Purpose : This research project explores the effects of institutional open access mandates on institutional repositories in Higher Education Institutions in the UK and Germany. … Continuer la lecture

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A Review of Open Access Self Archiving Mandate…

A Review of Open Access Self-Archiving Mandate Policies : « This article reviews the history of open access (OA) policies and examines the current status of mandate policy implementations. It finds that hundreds of policies have been proposed and adopted at … Continuer la lecture

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