ROARMAP

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ROARMAP growth curves for green open access self-archiving mandates, 1 Aug 2011

The Registry of Open Access Repositories Mandatory Archiving Policies (ROARMAP) is a searchable international registry charting the growth of open access mandates adopted by universities, research institutions and research funders that require their researchers to provide open access to their peer-reviewed research article output by depositing it in an open access repository. ROARMAP was created by EPrints at University of Southampton in 2003.[1][2][3][4][5] As of December 2013, open access mandates have been adopted by over 240 universities and over 90 research funders worldwide. ROARMAP mandates are classified in terms of strength and effectiveness[6] in MELIBEA[7]

ROARMAP's companion, the Registry of Open Access Repositories (ROAR), is a searchable international database indexing the creation, location and growth of institutional repositories and their contents. To date, over 3000 institutional and cross-institutional repositories have been registered in ROAR.

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  1. ^ Moskovkin, VM (2008) Institutional policies for open access to the results of scientific research . Scientific and Technical Information Processing. 35 (6) 269–273, doi:10.3103/S0147688208060075
  2. ^ Sale, AHJ (2007) The patchwork mandate . D-Lib Magazine, 13 (1/2). ISSN 1082–9873
  3. ^ Manikandan, S; N Isai Vani (2010) "Restricting access to publications from funded research: Ethical issues and solutions." Journal of Postgraduate Medicine 56(2): 154–156
  4. ^ Lyons, Charles; H Austin Booth (2010) "An Overview of Open Access in the Fields of Business and Management". Journal of Business & Finance Librarianship 16(2): 1080124 doi:10.1080/08963568.2011.554786
  5. ^ Hurrell, A. C. (2012) Open access policies on scholarly publishing in the university context. BCLA Browser: Linking the Library Landscape, 4(3).
  6. ^ Gargouri, Y., Lariviere, V., Gingras, Y., Brody, T., Carr, L., & Harnad, S. (2012). Testing the Finch Hypothesis on Green OA Mandate Ineffectiveness. arXiv preprint arXiv:1210.8174.
  7. ^ [MELIBEA directory and estimator of institutional open-access policies http://www.accesoabierto.net/politicas/default.php ]

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