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Open Access

Your guide to making your research outputs FAIR (Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, Reuseable).

UTAS Open Access Procedure

The University of Tasmania now has a mandated Open Access Procedure, which applies to all research publications.

It clearly articulates the University’s expectations of researchers, specifying what researchers are required to do.

The University Open Access Procedure is found under Research on the University's Governance Framework Procedures webpage.

UTAS Open Access Procedure benefits everyone

 

Making your research outputs open access increases...

  • Discovery - everybody can easily find your research online
  • Access -  anybody can read, download, share and reuse in accordance with the assigned copyright licence
  • Reuse -  higher view and citation rates increases the impact of your research

Start with the Open Access Overview if you need background information on Open Access.

Explore the Open Access Australasia website