Scientific and Technical Information Processing

, Volume 35, Issue 6, pp 269–273

Institutional policies for open access to the results of scientific research

Authors

  • V. M. Moskovkin
Article

DOI: 10.3103/S0147688208060075

Cite this article as:
Moskovkin, V.M. Sci. Tech.Inf. Proc. (2008) 35: 269. doi:10.3103/S0147688208060075

Abstract

This paper describes the principles of all the known institutional policies for open access (OA) to the results of scientific research for research organizations, publishing companies, and funding agencies, in addition to which we suggest developing OA policies for libraries. The paper proposes a structural-logical scheme for an institutional OA policy system. We recommend invigorating the work of Post-Soviet organizations for their integration into the international OA movement at seven levels: global-ideological, regional (transnational)-ideological, national-ideological, national-political, institutional-political, national-technological, and institutional-technological.

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