Over 11,000 research theses have been deposited in the university’s repository, Oxford Research Archive (ORA). Around 5,900 are publicly available and the rest are currently under embargo. Opening up access to Oxford University digital theses Oxford’s doctoral students dep
Booking is open for Publishers, Papers and Peer-review, our social science-focused event for Open Access Oxford Week, on Thursday 14th June, 2018 (10.45-15.45) at the Manor Road Building. Led by Professor Alis Oancea (Oxford University Department of Education) it will discuss changing
We are pleased to announce our programme and open the booking for Open Access Oxford Week, which will round off the summer term with daily events across the university. Join us to discuss developments in research dissemination and scholarly communication, policy and practice, all in t
New figures show that Act on Acceptance has seen over 16,000 deposits in the past two years, half of them from medical sciences. We congratulate all involved. Please continue this success and make your work REF eligible by depositing your manuscript within three months of acceptance f
It is expected that the University’s current allocation policy for the RCUK Open Access Block Grant will continue for the new grant year commencing 1st April 2018 (only paying APCs for fully Open Access journals). If you are publishing in a fully OA journal please continue to co
From Kingsley Ugwu, ORA Project Manager, Bodleian Digital Library & Services: We are happy to announce that today sees a new public interface for ORA, the Oxford University Research Archive. The new design is a major step in the ongoing improvement of our institutional repository,
The 15,000th deposit for Act on Acceptance at Oxford was a journal article co-authored by Richard Stevens, Julie Evans and Jason Oke (pictured) and colleagues from the Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences in CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal, entitled ‘Kidney a
The University has a new Open Access policy, approved on 1st March 2018 by the Research & Innovation Committee and the Open Access Project Group. It reiterates the University’s commitment to ensuring the widest possible access to its world-class research, and its preference
FP7-funded researchers who wish to request open access publication funding: please note that the FP7 post-grant Open Access Pilot fund ends on Wednesday February 28th 2018. Oxford researchers wishing to make an application should follow the procedure on our FP7 page at http://openacce
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