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Achieving an ‘enlightened’ publications policy at the University of Glasgow

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Morag Greig

Advocacy Manager (Enlighten) Library, University of Glasgow, GB
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Abstract

The University of Glasgow has led the way in open access developments since 2001. This article charts the progress of open access at Glasgow through the development of the DAEDALUS Project in 2002 to the launch of the University’s repository, Enlighten. Key factors leading to the recent announcement of a mandate for the deposit of research publications are discussed, including the impact of the Research Assessment Exercise (RAE) and the need for a central publications database at Glasgow.

DOI: https://doi.org/10.1629/227
How to Cite: Greig, M., 2009. Achieving an ‘enlightened’ publications policy at the University of Glasgow. Serials, 22(1), pp.7–11. DOI: http://doi.org/10.1629/227
Published on 03 Mar 2009.
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