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posted on 2024-03-07, 03:21 authored by Zachary KendalZachary Kendal

When it comes to Open Access (OA), things are more complex than ever.

There are different kinds of OA publishing agreements, wildly variable OA publishing fees, and near-constant scandals involving profit-driven publishers’ OA models. The OA repository landscape is complex, too, with different kinds of repositories, publisher embargo requirements, and the emergence of “rights retention” strategies. Meanwhile, research funders are adopting stricter OA policies. The NHMRC, for example, is Australia’s largest health and medical research funder and in late 2022 announced a new OA policy requiring full and immediate OA to grant-related papers. The University, too, recently released a major update to its Principles for Open Access to Research Outputs at Melbourne.

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