Open Access to What?


Taxpayers fund scholarly research via national and international research councils

Despite an unstoppable and enthusiastic 'Open Access' movement, scholarly research results are still largely
not accessible, or very expensive to locate (expensive in terms of time and money)

Every single Publicly funded research project is expected to deliver at least some level Open Access Knowledge in the following form:

- Papers
- Presentations/slides
- Diagrams, Images
- Datasets
- Vocabularies
- Rulesets
- Specifications
- Code
- Logic/Reasoning/Inferences



Everyone is responsible for checking that publicly funded research are complying with Open Access Policy.
Use the OAM reporting tools to start auditing in your country/field of research
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