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Open access to publications : challenges and way forward

de Castro, Pablo (2018) Open access to publications : challenges and way forward. In: CESAER Annual Meeting 2018, 2018-10-17 - 2018-10-19, Polytechnic University Bucharest.

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The presentation summarises the current worklines addressed by the international Open Access Working Group operating under the CESAER Task Force for Open Science (TFOS). A up-to-date snapshot is provided for the present Open Access implementation landscape, with some emphasis on the recently released 'Plan S' and where it may lead us. Emphasis is made on the need to account for the role of Open Access repositories and the Green OA route within future developments.