The Association of Dutch Universities (VSNU) has taken the initiative for a publicity campaign on open access. The campaign focuses on Dutch researchers.
The Dutch Coalition agreement declares 'open science’ en ‘open access’ normative for scientific research in the Netherlands.
At the end of 2014, open access publishing in the Netherlands entered a new phase with the achievement of an open access component in the existing agreement (Big Deal) between the Dutch universiti
Knowledge Exchange is continuously active in promoting Open Access by bringing together Open Access experts from all six KE partner countries. This study was initiated by Knowledge Exchange
In the new E-zine issue the benefits of open access publishing for scientists are highlighted.
The Alliance Polytechnical Libraries (SHB) focuses on the '
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As of 1 January 2017, University of Groningen and the University Medical Centre researchers are asked to deposit full-text versions of their peer-reviewed articles in Pure.
Results of publicly financed research need to find their way into education, to researchers and to the professional field unhindered.
Dutch National website providing information for academics about the advantages of open access to publicly financed research
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