Reshaping scholarly communication: why faculty should adopt institutional open access policies
Open Access policies
Institutional Open Access policies
Institutional OA policies
University of California San Francisco
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AbstractPresents arguments in favour of faculty adoption of institutional Open Access polices or mandates. Looks at a number of drivers for this including the research cycle, the serials crisis, and the benefits of Open Access.
Presented at the University of Calgary, November 2, 2012.
FacultySchool of Medicine
InstitutionUniversity of California San Francisco
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