To Each Its Own

Peter Suber at the Open Access News site reports that a US group of librarians, publishers, and others known as the Scholarly Publishing Roundtable released recommendations for open access in publicly funded research. The group "stops short of calling for an OA mandate," the article says, but encourages each funding agency to implement some sort of public access policy.

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