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Information Standards Quarterly


ISSN: 1041-0031

Summer 2014, v.26, no.2

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Article Title: The Role of Standards in the Management of Open Access Research Publications: A Research Library Perspective
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Author(s): Martin Moyle, Catherine Sharp, and Alan Bracey
doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.3789/isqv26no2.2014.03
Citation: Moyle, Martin, Catherine Sharp, and Alan Bracey. The Role of Standards in the Management of Open Access Research Publications: A Research Library Perspective. Information Standards Quarterly, Summer 2014, 26(2): 15-21.
Abstract: As London's Global University, UCL engages with the spectrum of research subjects, from arts and humanities to basic and applied sciences and medicine. UCL embraces open access (OA), supporting both the Gold and Green routes to OA. Operational responsibility for OA resides with UCL Library Services. The Library OA Team is responsible for UCL Discovery, UCL's Institutional Repository, ensuring that Green OA is supported efficiently and legally. The Team also manages Gold OA, with responsibility for overseeing UCL's Gold OA publications budget and for helping researchers to align their publication practices with the OA policies of funders.
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