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  • * This is a section within [[Good practices for university open-access policies]]. Here are some topics under discussion. In some cases, we're still working out our recommendations. In some cases, good practices are hard to identify
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  • ...shup_(web_application_hybrid) mashups] of any kind to make the feed useful for different purposes, let us know and we'll add them here. ...ates. If two or more users tag the same item with the same tag (such as ''oa.new''), then that item will appear in the project feed two or more times.
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  • * For general background on TagTeam itself, see our [http://bit.ly/tagteam-intro ...may continue to tag from Connotea if you wish. But you are now free to tag for OATP from other tagging platforms as well. Either way, you'll have to tell
    12 KB (2,112 words) - 14:59, 24 May 2015
  • ...P) » [[Open Access Tracking Project]] (OATP) » '''Use OATP for research on OA''' ...OA since our launch in 2009, and the tag records are stored in [[TagTeam]] for boolean searching. In turn, you can help OATP. [[Get started as a tagger |
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  • ** More people specifically looking for new developments in certain fields, countries, or languages... ...tags]] are still competing with others to become the approved project tag for that niche.
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  • * This is a section within [[Good practices for university open-access policies]]. ...of the Harvard license, they must first affirm that Harvard has a license for the work in question.
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  • ...-sourced and depends on the many-eyeballs principle.<br>OATP aims to cover OA comprehensively, and can best do that with taggers in every niche &mdash; b <!-- <br>We need your help to tag for the project, and recruit other taggers,<br>if it's to succeed as a communit
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  • * Suggested short URL for this page = [http://bit.ly/hoap-do bit.ly/hoap-do] ...~peters/fos/overview.htm Open Access Overview], or my book, [http://bit.ly/oa-book ''Open Access''] (MIT Press, 2012).
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  • ...and to delete an item now works and take effect quickly, as opposed to not working or taking effect only after a long delay. * When users try a URL for a tag with no instances, a new error message explains that that hub has no
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  • * This is a section within [[Good practices for university open-access policies]]. ...http://cyber.law.harvard.edu/hoap/Main_Page#Policy_consultations available for consultation] on drafting as well.
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  • * Suggested short URL for this page = [http://bit.ly/oatp-conventions bit.ly/oatp-conventions] ...at are new within the last six months, at the time of tagging. Also use it for new articles and comments about older developments.
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  • * This is a section within [[Good practices for university open-access policies]]. ...eposit their work themselves, as well as other methods, human and machine, for getting their work into the repository. It could be considered a subsection
    103 KB (14,897 words) - 19:52, 9 January 2017
  • ...temporarily closed to public edits while the project (1) works out methods for communal governance and (2) builds software to deal with approved and depre * Suggested short URL for this page = [http://bit.ly/oatp-tags bit.ly/oatp-tags]
    100 KB (14,428 words) - 15:29, 1 April 2022
  • ...posting updates and supplements, and linking to reviews, translations, and OA editions. &mdash; [http://bit.ly/petersuber Peter Suber]. * Suggested short URL for this page = [http://bit.ly/oa-book bit.ly/oa-book]
    487 KB (72,489 words) - 18:10, 18 May 2022