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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The maximum number of open access articles that can be published free of charge at Emerald in 2022 was reached on 2… https://t.co/okyyEmVVJ0
90% of publications based on NWO and ZonMw research funding open access https://t.co/ZxJtCUesSm
The 2022 maximum for free of charge open access publishing in Springer journals is reached on the 21th of November https://t.co/1sCpcOtlBB
Het maximum aantal open access artikelen dat in 2022 kosteloos bij Springer kan worden gepubliceerd, is op 21 novem… https://t.co/wVzS7n1Wr9
90% van de publicaties gebaseerd op NWO en ZonMw onderzoeksgelden open access https://t.co/RCETZHUTLv

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Events

The maximum number of open access articles that can be published free of charge at Emerald in 2022 was reached on 25 November

Corresponding authors affiliated with a Dutch university participating in the Read & Publish agreement with publisher Emerald will no longer...

90% of publications based on NWO and ZonMw research funding open access

More and more publications are becoming available in open access. This is a deliberate policy of NWO and ZonMw. By...
2022:
11389
2021
15755
2020
13255
2019
10224
2018
7774
2017
6333
2016
4714

Current situation

25 February
2022
UKB consortium signs new deals for access to scientific journals and open access publishing
14 March
2021
A milestone! NARCIS provides access to 900,000 open access scholarly publications!
Prof.dr.
Ineke
Sluiter
Professor Ancient Greek Leiden University
(foto door Milette Raats)

"Publicly funded research must be accessible to everyone. At the same time, in many fields of science, valuable publishing channels exist that are not based on a business revenue model. We must therefore jointly ensure that the principle of Open Access can be realized across the entire breadth of science, taking into account relevant differences."

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."

 

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