A Guide to Developing Open Access Through Your Digital Repository
A guide to Developing Open Access Through Your Digital Repository assists universities and education institutions in formulating an open access policy for their digital repository. The guide explains how to establish digital repository infrastructure in an institution and describes best practice legal and management frameworks for this important asset. Copyright issues are are considered in detail so that academic material can be legally deposited in and made available through a digital repository. The guide encourages Australian academic institutions to consider their commitment to open access and articulate this in clear policies and copyright management frameworks.
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