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Dutch universities give open access another boost

31 January 2019

The Dutch universities will give open access an extra boost from 2019 by starting a pilot to make publications available after six months in collaboration with researchers.

In order to achieve the Dutch ambition of 100% open access in 2020, we have made agreements with many publishers regarding open-access publishing. Currently, this is not yet possible for all types of publications or journals. That is why, starting 31 January, authors will be facilitated in making their academic works available to the general public online six months after publication through university repositories.

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Last modified:01 February 2019 12.12 p.m.
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