UKRI open access policy consultation – deadline extended

April 21st, 2020

Earlier this year, staff were asked to share their feedback on the UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) proposed open access policy.

Due to disruptions related to COVID-19, the internal deadline for feedback has been extended to Monday 11 May to give staff additional time to have their say on the future of open access.

Feedback is encouraged from individuals as well as schools and departments, and will help to inform a University-level response.

The policy forms part of UKRI’s Open Access Review which aims to align its open access policy with Plan S principles.

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