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International Open Access Week: 'Open in action''

24 October 2016

This year’s theme of the International Open Access Week is ‘Open in Action’. As open access becomes a more and more familiar concept, focus is now on the small steps everyone can take to make openness in research a reality.

One such small but significant step is depositing the full text of your article in the University’s research database Pure , thereby making it freely available on your institutional researcher profile page. This is called green open access or the green road to open access.

The University of Groningen Library is mounting a campaign for green open access, by means of posters, social media and a webpage with support information. The campaign is called 'Go Green' featuring 5 propositions to endorse green open access:

Go green...

If you any questions or remarks, please do not hesitate to contact us at: openaccess@rug.nl

Last modified:02 February 2018 4.18 p.m.

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