The General Board has established an Open Access Project Board (OAPB) to manage the transition to Open Access.
The Open Access Project Board has adopted the Open Access Policy Framework
Last updated October 2016
Professor Chris Abell, Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Research (Chair)
Professor Duncan Maskell, Senior Pro-Vice-Chancellor
Professor Peter Mandler, School of the Humanities and Social Sciences
Professor Richard Prager, Head of the School of Technology
Professor John Danesh, School of Clinical Medicine
Professor Abby Fowden, Head of the School of Biological Sciences
Professor Lindsay Greer, Head of the School of Physical Sciences
Dr Nicholas White, School of Arts and Humanities
Professor Alan Blackwell, School of Technology (User Needs Committee representative)
Dr Martin Bellamy, Director of UIS
Dr Matthew Day, Head of Open and Data Publishing, Cambridge University Press
Dr Peter Hedges, Head of the University Research Office
Dr Danny Kingsley, Head of Scholarly Communication
Dr Juergen Wastl, Head of Research Information
Professor Chris Young, Acting University Librarian
Helen Jones, Research Strategy Analyst, Research Strategy Office (joint Secretary)
Dr Marta Teperek, Research Operations/University Library (joint Secretary)
To ensure that the University policy framework for Open Access to publications and research data (‘Open Data’) is in place and remains fully fit-for-purpose as the broader policy landscape evolves; and to provide input as required to external consultations on Open Access matters.
To ensure that the University continues to comply with the Open Access requirements of our key funders, including HECFE and RCUK, regarding both making publications and research data publicly available and providing monitoring and reporting mechanisms as required.
To oversee the distribution and management of block grant allocations from funders to support Open Access requirements.
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To obtain advice on open access options, request payment of open access charges or deposit an accepted manuscript in the institutional repository, please enter your publication details at www.openaccess.cam.ac.uk