[Oa-italia] Fwd: [GOAL] Open Access Clauses in Publishers' Licenses - Report of International Task Force Published

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Da: "Mueller, Katharina" <katharina.mueller a sub.uni-goettingen.de>
Data: 24/ott/2013 18:21
Oggetto: [GOAL] Open Access Clauses in Publishers' Licenses - Report of
International Task Force Published
A: "goal a eprints.org" <goal a eprints.org>

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The Open Access Licenses and Agreements Task
pleased to announce the release of a new
, *Open Access Clauses in Publishers' Licenses: Current State and Lessons
Learned*. The report presents the results of a review of licenses that
secure the rights for authors and/or their institutions to deposit
published articles into an OA repository.****

As Open Access (OA) policies and laws are being adopted world-wide, the
scholarly community is shifting its efforts from advocacy towards practical
implementation and support. One of the major routes for making articles
open access is through OA repositories. However the variety and lack of
clarity of publishers’ policies regarding article deposit can be a
significant barrier to author compliance of OA policies.****

In order to overcome this barrier, some organizations have successfully
negotiated authors' or deposit rights with publishers in the context
of purchasing content licenses. This report documents the existing OA
licensing language that has been implemented by organization around the
world and presents some suggestions for their successful adoption. The
report concludes that OA clauses offer a feasible option for institutions
to address some of the obstacles to article deposit into repositories.****

For more information, please contact Kathleen
Shearer<kathleen.shearer a coar-repositories.org>,
Executive Director, Confederation of Open Access Repositories. ****

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About the Task Force****

Open Access Agreements and Licensing Task Force is a multi-stakeholder
group initiated and supported by COAR (Confederation of Open Access
Repositories), with members representing a number of different types of
organizations (libraries, licensing agencies, library associations, and
open access groups) who have a common interest in promoting sustainable and
effective practices for open access.****

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