8 February 2019 The United Kingdom Council of Research Repositories (1) (UKCORR) represents about 600 library professionals and research administrators across 150 UK institutions working with and… Read more “Plan S and institutional repositories – a response from UKCORR”
Starting this year, we will be posting a monthly summary on some of the main topics from the mailing list. You can keep up to date… Read more “Highlights from the list”
Following their consultation in the summer of last year HEFCE have released their policy on open access in the post-2014 REF process. This is the third open… Read more “UKCoRR Response to HEFCE’s Open Access Policy for the Post-2014 REF”
In the months since UKCoRR first blogged about the Finch Report and the new RCUK policy, discussions have been (and still are) raging about both the report and the policy and… Read more “State of the Nation: Finch, RCUK, OA and more”
A couple of the UKCoRR committee members attended a focus group yesterday, aimed at repository managers, of the JISC/AHRC-funded OAPEN-UK project, which will run to 2015 and which aims to gather “evidence to help stakeholders make informed decisions on the future of open access scholarly monograph publishing in the humanities and social sciences”.