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* The guide is edited and written by [http://www.seas.harvard.edu/~shieber/ Stuart Shieber] and [http://bit.ly/suber-gplus Peter Suber], in consultation with a growing list of other experts. For the latest list, see the [[Guide to best practices for university open-access policies#Preface|Preface]].
 
* The guide is edited and written by [http://www.seas.harvard.edu/~shieber/ Stuart Shieber] and [http://bit.ly/suber-gplus Peter Suber], in consultation with a growing list of other experts. For the latest list, see the [[Guide to best practices for university open-access policies#Preface|Preface]].
  
* To suggest a revision, or discuss what it means to be listed as an endorsing organization, please contact [mailto:shieber@seas.harvard.edu Stuart] or [mailto:psuber@cyber.law.harvard.edu Peter] directly.
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* To suggest a revision, or be listed as an endorsing organization, please contact [mailto:shieber@seas.harvard.edu Stuart] or [mailto:psuber@cyber.law.harvard.edu Peter] directly.

Revision as of 16:17, 18 September 2012

Substance

Here some topics under discussion, on which good practices are hard to identify or yet to emerge.

  • What are the best practices for responding to the Elsevier policy allowing green OA except at institutions with OA mandates?
  • What are the best practices for responding to authors who want to withdraw an article from the repository, for example, because it is mistaken, embarrassing, or superseded by a newer version?

Procedure

  • To suggest a revision, or be listed as an endorsing organization, please contact Stuart or Peter directly.