Trends in institutional Open Access publishing in Europe
Keywords:institutional, Open Access, academic publishing, Diamond, OADJS
In this talk, I will review recent trends in institutional Open Access publishing in europe and discuss funder-based OA publishing, the variety of institutional OA platforms, and the Open Access Diamond Journals Study. I will provide a brief personal perspective on what needs to be done to make institutional (Diamond) open access publishing a viable alternative to commercial academic publishing in Europe.
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