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Read what a UG researcher says about the University Library's open access team

01 July 2019
Drs Frank Streefland
Drs Frank Streefland
"For a prominent external stakeholder of our research project it turned out to be of vital importance to make the results of our research publicly available. Thanks to the advice of the open access team of the University Library, we were able to come up with an "open access" publication strategy that could meet this requirement."  

Drs Frank Streefland, project leader "Odyssey Hackathon research project", coordinator Entrepreneurship minors and lecturer at the Faculty of Economics and Business.

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