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Half term report: Licence to publish – promoting Open Access and authors' rights in the Nordic social sciences and humanities
Simone Schipp Von Branitz Nielsen ( ) 1, Thea Marie Drachen 2, Bertil Dorch 2
For the Licence to publish – promoting Open Access and authors' rights in the Nordic social sciences and humanities collaboration(s)
(2009-07-31)

As stated in the original application to Nordbib's Focus Area “Policy and visibility” (Work Package 1), the purpose of the project was to increase the awareness and understanding of the principles of Open Access by providing a dialogue among stakeholders on authors' rights and Open Access principles. The Nordbib Board pledged the grant with clauses for the project framework thereby changing the project deliverables to the following: 1. Legal translation of the Knowledge Exchange “Licence to Publish” document into Swedish, Norwegian, Finnish and Icelandic, and disseminating these to the Nordic researchers in general. 2. Devising a strategy for substantial outreach with respect to “Licence to publish”, authors' rights, self-archiving and the principles of Open Access, focusing on a number of cases in the Nordic social sciences and humanities but with the stipulation that the strategy be relevant and implementable to the STM (Science, Technology and Medicine) communities as well.
1:  Department of Psychology (IfP)
University of Copenhagen
2:  The Royal Library / Copenhagen University Library and Information Service (CULIS)
University of Copenhagen
Humanities and Social Sciences/Library and information sciences
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