OA Pathfinder Case Study: Lincoln

The University of Lincoln is the third case study report from our Pathfinder project. As mentioned in our previous post, as part of our Jisc-funded Pathfinder we have travelled to HEIs around the country to hold Open Access focus groups, aiming to find out about good practice across five key areas of OA implementation:

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

You can read the case study below, or download it. Please get in touch with any questions or comments, either below this post, by Twitter (@davidyoungres) or email (david.g.young@northumbria.ac.uk).

Links to other case studies: Durham, Hull, 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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