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ARC (Australian Research Council)

Since 1 January 2013, "ARC requires that any publications arising from an ARC supported research project must be deposited into an open access institutional repository within a twelve (12) month period from the date of publication."

This requirement aims "to ensure that the findings of publicly funded research are made available to the wider public as soon as possible. Both the research community and the public gain from knowledge derived from ARC funded research, and both wish to derive maximum benefit from these outputs."

A pdf copy of the ARC Open Access Policy can also be found here.

 

Other Funding Bodies and OA

Funding bodies around the world are moving towards Open Access requirements.

The following presentations show how the World Bank and the Research Councill UK (RCUK) are implementing their Open Access policies.

World Bank Open Access Policy and Open Knowledge Repository by World Bank

 

 

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