We’ve taken two distinct approaches to tracking open scholarship policies:
Our policy collection Open Scholarship Policies from Institutions around the World is a growing list of international institutional open scholarship policies. Using the Registry of Open Access Repository Mandates and Policies (ROARMAP) as a starting point, we are creating an archive of policies that will persist even if the location or availability of those policies change.
We have also created policy clusters. These are smaller groupings of policies that relate to one another. By bringing these clusters of policies together, we hope to provide helpful context to the open scholarship movement as a whole and the policies featured in our observations in particular.
A collection of institutional open scholarship policies from across the world.
Which Canadian universities have statements in support of open access?
Three statements between February 2002 and October 2003 have become the touchstones for our definition of open access.
Trois déclarations publiés entre février 2002 et octobre 2003 sont devenues les critères de notre définition du libre accès.