Open access in India
In India, open access to scholarly communication has been developing for several decades. During May 2004, two workshops were organised by the M S Swaminathan Research Foundation, Chennai which laid the foundation for the Open Access movement in India. In 2009, the Council of Scientific & Industrial Research began requiring that its grantees provide open access to funded research. The "Delhi Declaration on Open Access" in South Asia was issued on 14 February 2018, signed by dozens of academics and supporters. The members of the community of practice, Open Access India had adapted the PLOS's Open Access logo and modified it to represent it as the Open Access movement in India and had formulated a draft policy on Open Access for India.
As on date (June 2020), the Directory of Open Access Journals lists 290 open access journals which are being published from India. Titles include the Indian Journal of Community Medicine, Indian Journal of Medical Research, and Indian Journal of Medical Microbiology.
As of April 2018, there are at least 78 collections of scholarship in India housed in digital open access repositories. They contain journal articles, book chapters, data, and other research outputs that are free to read. The Open Access India with the help of Centre for Open Science had laucnhed a preprint repository for India, IndiaRxiv on 5th August 2019 which had recently crossed 100 records mark.
- National Digital Library of India
- Internet in India
- Education in India
- Media of India
- Science and technology in India
- Copyright law of India
- List of libraries in India
- Open access in other countries
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- Richard Poynder (2006), "Professor Subbiah Arunachalam, leading Indian OA advocate and distinguished fellow of the Chennai-based M S Swaminathan Research Foundation (MSSRF)", Open and Shut?, Open Access Interviews, UK
- Subbiah Arunachalam (2008), "Open Access in India: Hopes and Frustrations" (PDF), Proceedings ELPUB 2008 Conference on Electronic Publishing - Toronto, Canada
- European Commission; German Commission for UNESCO (2008), "Open Access in India – the Status Quo", Open Access: Opportunities and Challenges - a Handbook, doi:10.2777/93994
- S. Arunachalam; Madhan Muthu (2011), Open Access to Scholarly Literature in India — A Status Report (with Emphasis on Scientific Literature) (PDF), Bangalore: Centre for Internet and Society
- Anand Bandi; Shekappa Bandi (2011), "Open Access to Knowledge: Initiatives in India", National Conference on Beyond Librarianship: Creativity, Innovation and Discovery, hdl:10760/21190,
CDAC Mumbai, Maharashtra
- Richard Poynder (2012), "Frances Jayakanth of India's National Centre for Science Information", Open and Shut?, Open Access Interviews, UK
- Richard Poynder (2014), "Open Access in India: Q&A with Subbiah Arunachalam", Open and Shut?, Open Access Interviews, UK
- Neera Agarwal (2015). "Impact of open access on CSIR-National Institute of Science Communication and Information Resources (NISCAIR) journals". Annals of Library and Information Studies. India: National Institute of Science Communication and Information Resources. 62. ISSN 0972-5423. (About National Institute of Science Communication and Information Resources)
- Joachim Schöpfel, ed. (2015). Learning from the BRICS: Open Access to Scientific Information in Emerging Countries. Litwin. ISBN 978-1-936117-84-0. (Includes information about India, Brazil, China, Russia, South Africa)
- Bharat H. Sondarva; Jagadishchandra P.Gondalia (2015). "Open Access Journals In India: An Analysis of Medical Science Open Access Journals" (PDF). International Trends in Library and Information Technology. 2.
- Walt Crawford (2018). "India". Gold Open Access by Country 2012-2017. US: Cites & Insights Books.
- "(Signatures: India)". Budapestopenaccessinitiative.org.
- Peter Suber (ed.). "(India)". Open Access Tracking Project. Harvard University. OCLC 1040261573.
News and comment from the worldwide movement for open access to research
- "Browse by Country: India". ROARMAP: Registry of Open Access Repository Mandates and Policies. UK: University of Southampton.
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