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The [[http://uit.no/ University of Tromsø]], through its University Library, has long been active in the Open Access movement.<br><br>
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The [http://uit.no/ University of Tromsø], through its University Library, has long been active in the Open Access movement.<br><br>
It has an Open Archive, [[http://www.ub.uit.no/munin/?language=en Munin]] based on DSpace software. It also hosts two Open Access journals, [[http://uit.no/humfak/publikasjonar/?SubjectId=1197&FromSubject=0 Nordlit]] and [[http://www.ub.uit.no/baser/nordlyd/ Nordlyd]], based on the OJS software..<br><br>
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It has an Open Archive, [http://www.ub.uit.no/munin/?language=en Munin] based on DSpace software. It also hosts three Open Access journals, [http://uit.no/humfak/publikasjonar/?SubjectId=1197&FromSubject=0 Nordlit], [http://www.ub.uit.no/baser/nordlyd/ Nordlyd] and [http://www.ub.uit.no/baser/rangifer/ Rangifer], based on the OJS software.<br><br>
 
In the NOAP project, Tromsø will look at business models and Open Access journals, trying to describe, clarify and collect data about actual practices in Norway and Nordic countries in order to help journals with their decision making and - hopefully - transitioning processes.
 
In the NOAP project, Tromsø will look at business models and Open Access journals, trying to describe, clarify and collect data about actual practices in Norway and Nordic countries in order to help journals with their decision making and - hopefully - transitioning processes.

Latest revision as of 07:56, 18 September 2008

The University of Tromsø, through its University Library, has long been active in the Open Access movement.

It has an Open Archive, Munin based on DSpace software. It also hosts three Open Access journals, Nordlit, Nordlyd and Rangifer, based on the OJS software.

In the NOAP project, Tromsø will look at business models and Open Access journals, trying to describe, clarify and collect data about actual practices in Norway and Nordic countries in order to help journals with their decision making and - hopefully - transitioning processes.