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  1. Open Access Information Materials

    Collection of the open-access.network project Presentations and reports from events of the open-access.network project, as well as all materials can also be found on our Zenodo community page. We make...

  2. Focus Group on "OA-Arts"

    Background and aims The focus group on OA-Künste is a network with a mailing list moderated since 2019 by Anika Wilde (Hochschule für Schauspielkunst Ernst Busch) and Friederike Kramer (Universität de...

  3. Focus Group on Open Access Helpdesks

    Diese Fokusgruppe hat ihre Arbeit Ende Dezember 2023 eingestellt. Many scientists and scholars still have questions about how to deal with Open Access . Legal uncertainties often arise, but researcher...

  4. Open Access Books

    Intro Open Access in 60 seconds Source: Brinken, H., Hauss, J. & Rücknagel, J. (2021). Open Access in 60 seconds, open-access.network. https://doi.org/10.5446/50832 ( CC BY 3.0 DE ) The key takeaways ...

  5. Open Access Green and Gold

    Intro Pathways to Open Access Source: open-access.network (2021), Pathways of Open Access ( CC BY 4.0 International ) The key takeaways from this article are 1 A distinction is generally made between ...

  6. Focus Group on Subject Repositories

    Background and aims Subject Repositories offer robust publication infrastructures and various associated services for specific subject communities. One of their central goals is to promote Open Access...

  7. Open Access Publication

    Intro The Path a Publication Takes Source: based on Rücknagel, J. & Schmeja, S. (2021). Open Access Basics - How to publish and What to Consider? (S.4). Zenodo. http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.4530414 (...

  8. Focus Group on Information Budget

    Background Concerning the open access transformation, academic libraries and institutions in Germany are faced with the challenge of implementing information budgets. The goal is an institution-wide a...

  9. Open-Access-Tage 2023 (Berlin)

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  10. Focus Group "Cost Control"

    For ten years, the EUR 2,000 limit set by the DFG was one of the most important instruments for managing and controlling open access publication fees . The DFG cost ceiling made a clear statement abou...

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