OA Pathfinder Case Study: University of Hull

Over the past few months our Pathfinder has been busy travelling around to various HEIs and carrying out focus groups with key stakeholders in Open Access. The results of this work will be a series of case studies highlighting OA good practice in four HEIs with a range of different backgrounds. Each case study will focus on progress towards OA implementation across five broad areas:

  1. Costs
  2. Structure and Workflows
  3. Institutional Policy and Strategy
  4. Advocacy, training and awareness
  5. Systems and compliance

The first of these to be released is the University of Hull, and you can read it below or download it. Please do get in touch either via the discussion below this post, Twitter (@davidyoungres) or email (david.g.young@northumbria.ac.uk) if you have any questions or comments on this or the work of the Pathfinder.

Links to other case studies: Durham, Lincoln, Teesside

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About David Young

I'm a Research Funding & Policy Manager based in Research & Business Services at Northumbria University. I support research funding bids to a range of funders, focusing on the Faculty of Engineering and Environment. I also support a number of research policy areas across the university: open access, research data management, CRIS, research strengths, and REF impact.
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