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DeepGreen: Open-Access-Transformation

16 June 2017

Supported by the German Research Foundation (DFG), the DeepGreen project aims to transfer academic publications which can be made freely accessible into open access. This process will be automated using a data hub. As part of the project, DeepGreen’s initial focus will be on what are known as alliance licences, which include special open access components.

Read the english blogpost on ZBW MediaTalk where it was published in the first place. The authors of this text are Kaja Scheliga (Helmholtz Association, Helmholtz Open Science Coordination Office), and Julia Alexandra Goltz (Berlin-Brandenburg Cooperative Library Association (KOBV).

 This post represents the view of the author and does not necessarily represent the view of the institute itself. For more information about the topics of these articles and associated research projects, please contact info@hiig.de.

 

This post represents the view of the author and does not necessarily represent the view of the institute itself. For more information about the topics of these articles and associated research projects, please contact info@hiig.de.

Kaja Scheliga

Former Associated Researcher: Learning, knowledge, innovation

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