Recommendations for the Open Access Transition: Strategic and practical anchorage of Open Access in informational provisioning of research institutions

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​Recommendations for the Open Access Transition: Strategic and practical anchorage of Open Access in informational provisioning of research institutions​
Bruch, C.; Geschuhn, K.; Hanig, K.; Hillenkötter, K. ; Pampel, H.; Schäffler, H.& Scheiner, A. et al.​ (2016)

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Recommendations of the Ad-hoc-group Open-Access-Gold in the priority initiative “Digital Information” of the Alliance of Science Organizations in Germany
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Bruch, Christoph; Geschuhn, Kai; Hanig, Kristina; Hillenkötter, Kristine ; Pampel, Heinz; Schäffler, Hildegard; Scheiner, Annette; Scholze, Frank; Stanek, Ursula; Timm, Arnulf; Tullney, Marco
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Ad-hoc workgroup Open-Access-Gold in the priority initiative “Digital Information” of the Alliance of Science Organizations in Germany
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The following “Recommendations for Open Access transition” have been compiled by the Ad-hoc workgroup “Open-Access-Gold” in the priority initiative “Digital Information” of the Alliance of Science Organizations in Germany . They are based on “Positions on creating an Open Access publication market which is scholarly adequate” as mapped out by the workgroup. They mainly address academic libraries as well as publishing houses and other actors in the field of scientific publishing. The recommendations are designed to help find orientation for strategic and practical anchorage of Open Access in the information provisioning of scholarly institutions.
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2016
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Ad-hoc-workgroup Open-Access-Gold in the priority initiative „Digitale Information“ of the Alliance of Science Organizations in Germany
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Recommendations of the Ad-hoc-group Open-Access-Gold in the priority initiative “Digital Information” of the Alliance of Science Organizations in Germany

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