Harvard Open Access Project (HOAP)
HOAP launched in 2011 to foster open access (OA) within Harvard and beyond, undertake research and policy analysis on OA, and provide OA to timely and accurate information about OA itself.
HOAP was funded by grants from Arcadia (2011-2016) and the Laura and John Arnold Foundation (2016-2018). During both grant periods, HOAP was based at the Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society.
HOAP continues as a active but unfunded project of the Berkman Klein Center. See how this affects the Open Access Tracking Project.
HOAP consults pro bono with universities, libraries, funders, societies, publishers, governments, nonprofit advocacy groups, tool-builders, start-ups, projects, and researchers on OA policies, practices, and strategies. Among other things, these confidential, consultations can assist with policy language, implementation, and answers to frequently heard questions, objections, and misunderstandings. For more information, please contact Peter Suber.
- Good practices for university open-access policies
- How to make your own work open access
- Knowledge Unbound, Peter Suber, MIT Press, 2016.
- Open Access (the book), Peter Suber, MIT Press, 2012.
- Open Access Tracking Project
- Open Access Tracking Project (OATP), project home page
- Reference pages on US federal OA legislation
- Societies and Open Access Research (SOAR)
- Harvard Open-Access Publishing Equity fund (HOPE fund)
- Harvard Open Data Project (HODP)
- Creative Commons (CC)
- Open Access Directory (OAD)
In the years when HOAP was funded by the original Arcadia and Arnold grants (2011-2018), the co-PIs were Robert Darnton, William Fisher, Urs Gasser, Sue Kriegsman, Colin Maclay, Phil Malone, John Palfrey, Stuart Shieber, Peter Suber, and Jonathan Zittrain.
- Justin Clark
- Sebastian Diaz
- End Point
- Suggested short URL for this page = bit.ly/hoap-home
- The entire HOAP web site is periodically captured for preservation by Archive-It.