Academic authorship, publishing agreements and open access: survey results

4 September 2008

This report presents the results from an online survey, Academic Authorship, Publishing Agreements and Open Access, which was conducted by the OAK Law Project from the 2nd October 2007 through to the 9th November 2007. The OAK Law Project seeks to promote strategies for the management of copyright in order to facilitate optimal access to research output, particularly publicly funded research. The survey obtained evidence of author’s experiences with publishing agreements, their perceptions of open access and commercial publishing, their understanding of copyright ownership in their research and their involvement with online repositories and open access journals. It is envisaged that the results will be used to enhance the strategic management of copyright in the Australian research sector, especially in relation to open access.

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Anthony Austin, Maree Heffernan, Nikki David, 2008, Academic authorship, publishing agreements and open access: survey results, Open Access to Knowledge, viewed 24 April 2017, <http://apo.org.au/node/6079>.

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