It has been good to talk about OA this week with colleagues at the SSD PRC and MPLS GPC and with the Humanities Administrators — to be able to outline what is and what is not changing; emphasise how much can be achieved by self-archiving material in subject-based repositories and or the Oxford Research Archive; contest the notion that Gold OA is ‘better’ than Green OA; reaffirm that where and when to publish is and must remain an academic decision; and hear people’s concerns and questions. I am pleased we can now release version 1 of the Oxford Open Access web site and begin our OA information
Open Access via ORA – the Oxford University Research Archive
ORA provides a home for Oxford's research outputs. Copyright-permitting, full-text copies of your publications can be made available open access via ORA. For the green route, click on the logo & Deposit, or email the ORA team a copy of your peer-reviewed accepted manuscript and they'll be in touch.
Even if you're going gold, drop a copy in ORA for long-term digital preservation.
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The Oxford Open Access project is a collaborative project involving Research Services, the Bodleian Libraries, IT Services, the Planning and Resource Allocation Section, OUP and the Academic Divisions, accountable to the Pro Vice-Chancellor (Research) and the Research Committee.
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