Difference between revisions of "Best practices for university OA policies"

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* Before release, get other key partners to make their own suggestions and sign on to the result, e.g. SPARC and EOS.   
 
* Before release, get other key partners to make their own suggestions and sign on to the result, e.g. SPARC and EOS.   
 
* Eventually add recommendations on all important points, and link to literature and evidence in support of our recommendations.
 
* Eventually add recommendations on all important points, and link to literature and evidence in support of our recommendations.
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* Eventually make a second guide for funder policies.
 
* Also see Harvard's annotated [http://osc.hul.harvard.edu/modelpolicy Model OA Policy].
 
* Also see Harvard's annotated [http://osc.hul.harvard.edu/modelpolicy Model OA Policy].
  

Revision as of 11:06, 15 January 2012

  • This is a guide to best practices for university OA policies.
  • Currently the guide is private in the sense that no web pages deliberately link to it. I believe that some pages automatically created by the wiki software will link to it. Is that private enough for our purposes?
  • When we decide it's ready, we can make all or some of it public.
  • Before release, get other key partners to make their own suggestions and sign on to the result, e.g. SPARC and EOS.
  • Eventually add recommendations on all important points, and link to literature and evidence in support of our recommendations.
  • Eventually make a second guide for funder policies.
  • Also see Harvard's annotated Model OA Policy.

Drafting a policy

Adopting a policy

Implementing a policy

Other best-practice guides

  • PS has many in his offline notes. Will add them soon.