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Revision as of 08:10, 6 July 2018

Harvard Open Access Project (HOAP)

Goals

HOAP launched in 2011 to foster open access (OA) within Harvard, foster OA beyond Harvard, undertake research and policy analysis on OA, and provide OA to timely and accurate information about OA itself.

Funding

HOAP is funded by a grant from the Laura and John Arnold Foundation. From mid-2011 to mid-2016 it was funded by a grant from Arcadia.

HOAP will continue as an unfunded project when its current funding expires at the end of August 2018. See how this will affect the HOAP-based Open Access Tracking Project.

Policy consultations

HOAP consults with universities, funding agencies, publishers, scholarly societies, museums, governments, and other institutions developing OA policies or refining OA practices. These confidential pro bono consultations can assist with policy language, implementation, strategy, and answers to frequently heard questions, objections, and misunderstandings. For more information, please contact Peter Suber.

Project pages

Campus partners

Off-campus partners

Project principals

Project coordinators at the Berkman Klein Center

Research assistants

Summer interns

Software developers

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