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RCUK Open Access Report - 2014/2015

Hibbert, Dawn (2015) RCUK Open Access Report - 2014/2015. [Report]

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Abstract

This report summarises the expenditure of the RCUK block grant that was received by the University of Strathclyde for the period of 2014/2015. The University received a block grant of £200,267 for 2013/2014, of which £114,570 was unspent, and carried forward into 2014/2015. The University received an additional block grant of £235,609 for the period of 2014/2015, bringing the total amount available to £350,179. The University spent £157,320 during the period of 2014/2015, leaving the amount of £192,859 to be brought forward into 2015/2016. The accompanying spreadsheet provides all data associated with APC payments made under the grant and the overall compliance of Strathclyde outputs. Data pertaining to COAF compliance is also provided.