Open access

Publishing in open access? Look into the OA-deals with academic publishers. Some publishers are only publishing in OA. Or do you mean to publish in the repository of your university? For help and more information you can contact your University Library.

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Dear Martha, it will be but this will be done after the summer when the final figures are validated. ^
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Events

Update Open Research Data and Data Managements Plans - Information for ERC grantees

The Scientific Council of the European Research Council (ECR) has made an update (version 4.0) of ' Open Research Data...

Platform Open Research Europe launched

The European Commission has launched Open Research Europe . Scientific publications that are the result of Horizon 2020 and, in...
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Current situation

14 March
2021
A milestone! NARCIS provides access to 900,000 open access scholarly publications!
29 January
2021
Open access platform for Dutch academic journals launched
Dr.
Lily
Knibbeler
Executive director
KB - National Library of the Netherlands
“Learning, in which you conduct research, is not a process that involves completing a school education, it continues for a lifetime. The KB therefore supports open access, free access to academic publications for teachers, healthcare professionals and anyone else who needs access for personal or professional development. The KB takes on the role of providing a guiding function for people who do not automatically have access to academic literature.”
Prof. Dr.
Stan
Gielen
Professor
Donders Institute for Brain, Cognition and Behaviour, Radboud University Nijmegen

"Open access allows scientific publications of Dutch universities to be globally accessible. Freely sharing research results advances science and contributes to the dissemination and visibility of Dutch research."

 

Dr.
Henk
Wals
Director
Data Archiving and Networked Services (DANS)

"Publishing in open access verifiably provides a much wider reach. Especially in parts of the world where subscriptions to magazines and the purchase of books are difficult to pay."

Dutch National website providing information for academics about the advantages of open access to publicly financed research

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