A funded project-based approach to Open Access implementation

Pablo de Castro

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    Abstract

    With the European Commission's Open Access policy as a mainstay,
    funder-driven policies have been setting the framework for Open Access
    implementation for quite some time now. However, while a funded project-based approach to the implementation of such policies is commonplace at European level nowadays, especially through the work done by the OpenAIRE project, this is far from being the norm yet at national level. Using the very advanced funder-driven Open Access policy landscape in the UK as a case study, the presentation will show how an optimal funded project-based approach to Open Access implementation might work in other policy environments. It will be argued that the lessons learnt in the course of the PASTEUR4OA project for identifying opportunities for Open Access Policy Alignment Strategies for European Union Research reach beyond the issuing of such policies and should also be applied at policy implementation level.

    Conference

    ConferencePUBMET2017 - The 4th Conference on Scholarly Publishing in the Context of Open Science
    Abbreviated titlePUBMET
    CountryCroatia
    CityZagreb
    Period21/09/1722/09/17

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    open access
    policy implementation
    European Commission

    Keywords

    • Open Access
    • funded research projects
    • research impact
    • metadata
    • OpenAIRE2020

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    de Castro, P. (2017). A funded project-based approach to Open Access implementation. Abstract from PUBMET2017 - The 4th Conference on Scholarly Publishing in the Context of Open Science, Zagreb, Croatia.
    de Castro, Pablo. / A funded project-based approach to Open Access implementation. Abstract from PUBMET2017 - The 4th Conference on Scholarly Publishing in the Context of Open Science, Zagreb, Croatia.
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    de Castro P. A funded project-based approach to Open Access implementation. 2017. Abstract from PUBMET2017 - The 4th Conference on Scholarly Publishing in the Context of Open Science, Zagreb, Croatia.