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RCUK Open Access Report - 2015/2016

Hibbert, Dawn (2016) RCUK Open Access Report - 2015/2016. [Report]

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This report summarises the expenditure of the RCUK block grant received by the University of Strathclyde for the period of 2015/2016. The University received a further block grant of £268,873 for 2015/2016, we also carried forward an under-spend of £165,906 from the two years previous block grant allocations. This year our expenditure, and the number of APC’s processed increased, with the amount of £254,708 being spent. This left £187,398.50 to bring forward into 2016/2017. 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.