Re: Outcome of Berlin 3 at Southampton UK Stevan Harnad 02 Mar 2005 09:36 UTC
Correction: I left out (although I had meant to include it!) that part of
recommendation (2) to encourage publishing in OA journals when a
suitable one exists was also the recommendation to help fund it!
Here is the exact wording of the provisional recommendation that we
agreed on, from Andy Gass's (PLoS) laptop, on which it was
A more complete report on Berlin 3 will appear in D-Lib and (another
version) on the American Scientist Open Access Forum.
Date: Tue, 1 Mar 2005 22:05:10 -0800
From: Andy Gass <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Re: Outcome of Berlin 3 at Southampton UK
For your records, the powerpoint file on my computer reads:
In order to implement the Berlin Declaration institutions should
1) Implement a policy to require their researchers to
deposit a copy of all their published articles in an
open access repository.
2) Encourage their researchers to publish their research
articles in open access journals where a suitable journal
exists and provide the support to enable that to happen.
AMERICAN SCIENTIST OPEN ACCESS FORUM:
A complete Hypermail archive of the ongoing discussion of providing
open access to the peer-reviewed research literature online (1998-2004)
is available at:
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UNIVERSITIES: If you have adopted or plan to adopt an institutional
policy of providing Open Access to your own research article output,
please describe your policy at:
UNIFIED DUAL OPEN-ACCESS-PROVISION POLICY:
BOAI-1 ("green"): Publish your article in a suitable toll-access journal
BOAI-2 ("gold"): Publish your article in a suitable open-access
journal whenever one exists.
and in both cases also self-archive it in your institutional repository.