Freedom of the Academic Press

Posted on: Fri 2 Sep 2022

The US Government recently introduced updated policy guidance around access to academic papers which would see embargos lifted on taxpayer funded research papers.

This will have significant impact both in the US and around the world for accessibility to a wide range of peer-reviewed publications.

So, how did this decision come about and what impact could it have on research?

Director of Open Access Australasia from Queensland University of Technology, Virginia Barbour, speaks with Breakfast’s Tom Mann about the implications of this change.

Image: University of Adelaide

Produced by Tom Mann


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