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New UG open access figures 2018

25 September 2019

In 2018, 55% of all UG/UMCG peer-reviewed articles were open access - including gold, hybrid and green open access. Gold open access accounted for 20% (up from 16% in 2017), while hybrid accounted for 19% and green for 17%. The overall share of open access publications rose from 37% in 2016 to 51% in 2017.

The Faculty of Science and Engineering has the most open access publications (67% OA), followed by the Faculty of Spatial Sciences and by the Faculty of Arts (both 61%).

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