The OA2020 Expression of Interest Slide: 4
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the University of California Libraries
The OA2020 initiative leaves this up to each signatory institution, though they give some
pointers to possible approaches and examples of "roadmaps" adopted by various groups
around the world.
Helpfully, though, the University of California Libraries, operating at a system-wide level,
have analyzed the various approaches to and models for achieving open access through
action by libraries and have published something called Pathways to Open Access, which
includes an executive summary, a full report, and a chart summarizing approaches,
strategies, and next steps. Examples include things you're probably familiar with, like
offering an institutional repository, hosting local journals, or paying APCs for affiliated
authors, to approaches that are a bit newer, like supporting outside OA publishers directly
and contributing to community-controlled infrastructure. A few sections are specific to the
University of California, but most apply to any academic library.
27 February 2018
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