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Materials You Are Invited To Use To Promote OA Self-Archiving:

  • PPTs -- PDFs about Green OA Mandates and Metrics
  • Videos:
  • video London winmed broad
  • video Monterey winmed real
  • video Southampton stream -- 1 -- 2 -- 3
  • videos Langue Française 1 -- 2 -- 3
  • audio WOS Wizards of OA -
  • audio U Indiana Scientometrics -










  • The American Scientist Open Access Forum has been chronicling and often directing the course of progress in providing Open Access to Universities' Peer-Reviewed Research Articles since its inception in the US in 1998 by the American Scientist, published by the Sigma Xi Society.
        The Forum is largely for policy-makers at universities, research institutions and research funding agencies worldwide who are interested in institutional Open Acess Provision policy. (It is not a general discussion group for serials, pricing or publishing issues: it is specifically focussed on institutional Open Acess policy.)
        You can sign on to the Forum here.

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