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Current issues in research communications: open access and institutional benefit - 2nd report to JISC, July 2010

Hubbard, Bill; Hodgson, Amanda

Authors

Bill Hubbard bill.hubbard@nottingham.ac.uk

Amanda Hodgson amanda.hodgson@nottingham.ac.uk



Abstract

This report looks at some of the drivers of interest in open access and the initiatives being taken in response. In particular it addresses the following questions:
• Is Green or Gold open access likely to be the more cost effective for HE institutions in the long term?
• What can open access offer to libraries struggling with increases in the cost of their subscriptions to academic journals?
• How can open access contribute to institutions' preparation for the REF?

Book Type Monograph
APA6 Citation Hubbard, B., & Hodgson, A. Current issues in research communications: open access and institutional benefit - 2nd report to JISC, July 2010. Centre for Research Communications
Keywords Scholarly Communications, Open Access
Copyright Statement Copyright information regarding this work can be found at the following address: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nd-sa/4.0

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