Keynote: Alma Swan « Reykjavík Digital Freedoms Conference

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April 3, 2012 by yamakashi

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Open Access in Europe: how is it progressing?

Open Access can progress on several fronts – the development of policy, technical enhancements that better enable it, and cultural shifts that accelerate its acceptance. In Europe over the past couple of years we’ve seen progress in all these areas, and the cultural shift in particular is rather hot news at the moment. I will provide an overview of what has been happening and point to some of the reasons why so that we can work out how to continue to capitalise on these things in the coming months.

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