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What Does ‘Green’ Open Access Mean? Tracking Twelve Years Of Changes To Journal Publisher Self-Archiving Policies, Elizabeth Gadd, Denise Troll Covey Dec 2015

What Does ‘Green’ Open Access Mean? Tracking Twelve Years Of Changes To Journal Publisher Self-Archiving Policies, Elizabeth Gadd, Denise Troll Covey

Denise Troll Covey

Traces the 12‐year self‐archiving policy journey of the original 107 publishers listed on the
SHERPA/RoMEO Publisher Policy Database in 2004, through to 2015. Maps the RoMEO colour codes
(‘green’, ‘blue’, ‘yellow’ and ‘white’) and related restrictions and conditions over time. Finds that
while the volume of publishers allowing some form of self‐archiving (pre‐print, post‐print or both)
has increased by 12% over the twelve years, the volume of restrictions around how, where, and
when self‐archiving may take place has increased 119%, 190% and 1000% respectively. A significant
positive correlation was found between the increase in self‐archiving restrictions and the
introduction of …


Using Timed-Release Cryptography To Mitigate The Preservation Risk Of Embargo Periods, Rabia Haq, Michael L. Nelson Jun 2009

Using Timed-Release Cryptography To Mitigate The Preservation Risk Of Embargo Periods, Rabia Haq, Michael L. Nelson

Computer Science Presentations

PDF of a powerpoint presentation from the 2009 ACM/IEEE Joint Conference on Digital Libraries, Austin, Texas, June 15-19, 2009. Also available on Slideshare.