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Anderson, R. (2016). Why are there virtually no mandatory open access policies at American universities? *Learned Publishing 29*(3), 215-218. [][1] Armbruster, C. (2011). Open access policy implementation: First results compared. *Learned Publishing 24*(4), 311-324. [][2] Awre, C., Beeken, A., Jones, B., Stainthorp, P., & Stone, G. (2016). Communicating the open access policy landscape. *Insights 29*(2), 126-132. [][3] Cantrell, M., & Johnson, A. (2018). Engaged Citizenship through Campus-Level Democratic Processes: A Librarian and Graduate Student Collaboration on Open Access Policy Adoption. *Journal of Librarianship and Scholarly Communication*, 6(2), eP2229. Duranceau, E. F., & Kriegsman, S. (2016). Campus open access policy implementation models and implications for IR services. In B. B. Callicott, D. Scherer, & A. Wesolek (Eds.), *Making Institutional Repositories Work* (pp. 87-106). Charleston insights in library, archival, and information sciences. West Lafayette, IN: Purdue University Press. Retrieved from [][4] Duranceau, E. F., & Kriegsman, S. (2013). Implementing open access policies using institutional repositories. In P. Bluh, C. Hepfer, & M. L. Ramírez (Eds.), *The Institutional Repository: Benefits and Challenges* (pp. 81-105). ALCTS papers on library technical services and collections 18. Chicago: Association for Library Collections & Technical Services, American Library Association. Retrieved from [][5] Emmett, A., & Peterson, T. (2010). Achieving consensus on the University of Kansas open-access policy. *Research Library Issues 269*, 5-7. Retrieved from [][6] Emmett, A., Stratton, J., Peterson, A. T., Church-Duran, J., & Haricombe, L. (2011). Toward open access: It takes a village. *Journal of Library Administration 51*(5/6), 557-579. [][7] Fruin, C., & Sutton, S. (2016). Strategies for success: Open access policies at North American educational institutions. *College & Research Libraries 77*(4), 469-499. [][8] Gadd, E., Fry, J., & Creaser, C. (2018). The influence of journal publisher characteristics on open access policy trends. *Scientometrics*, 115(3), 1371–1393. Gilbert, J., Kinger, M., & Kullman, L. (2011). Implementing an open access policy at Chalmers Institute of Technology. *IATUL Annual Conference Proceedings 21*, 1-9. Retrieved from [][9] Harnad, S. (2015). Open access: What, where, when, how and why. In J. Britt Holbrook & C. Mitcham (Eds.), *Ethics, Science, Technology, and Engineering: An International Resource*. Farmington Hills MI, MacMillan Reference. [][10] Harnad, S. (2015). Optimizing open access policy. *The Serials Librarian, 69*(2), 133-141. [][11]  Kern, B., & Wishnetsky, S. (2014). Adopting and implementing an open access policy: The library’s role. *Serials Librarian 66*(1-4), 196-203. [][12] Kipphut-Smith, S., Boock, M., Chapman, K., & Hooper, M. W. (2018). Measuring Open Access Policy Compliance: Results of a Survey. *Journal of Librarianship and Scholarly Communication*, 6(1), eP2247. Kipphut-Smith, S. (2014). Engaging in a campus-wide conversation about open access. *Texas Library Journal 90*(2), 70-71. [][13] Kipphut-Smith, S. (2014). “Good enough”: Developing a simple workflow for open access policy implementation. *College & Undergraduate Libraries 21*(3/4), 279-294. [][14] Ludwig, D. (2010). Open access at the University of Kansas: Toward a campus initiative. *College & Research Libraries News 71*(7), 360-363, 384. [][15] Miller, J. (2011). Open access and liberal arts colleges: Looking beyond research institutions. *College & Research Libraries News 72*(1), 16-30. [][16] Mullen, L.B. & Otto, J.J. (2014). Open Access policymaking: Roles for academic librarians as "change agents" in research institutions. *Qualitative and Quantitative Methods in Libraries*,*1*, 295-307. Mullen, L. B., & Otto, J.J. (2015). The Rutgers Open Access Policy: Implementation planning for success. *Qualitative and Quantitative Methods in Libraries*, *4*, 207–217. [][17] Otto, J.J.(2016). A resonant message: Aligning scholar values and open access objectives in OA policy outreach to faculty and graduate students.*Journal of Librarianship and Scholarship Communication, 4*. Otto, J.J. & Mullen, L.B.(2017). The Rutgers Open Access Policy goes into effect: Faculty reaction and implementation lessons learned.*Library Management* (in press). Priest, E. (2012). Copyright and the Harvard Open Access Mandate. *Northwestern Journal of Technology and Intellectual Property.* 10(7), 377. Schiff, L. (2016). The UC publication management system: Fulfilling the promise of UC’s open access policies. Application for the 2016 Larry L. Sautter Award for Innovation in Information Technology. Retrieved from [][18] Shieber, S. (2009, June 30). University open-access policies as mandates [Blog post]. Retrieved from  [][19] Shieber, S., and Suber P. (2012 to present). Good Practices for University Open-Access Policies [book, regularly updated]. [][20] Smith, K. (2012). Why open access? The policy environment and process on one university campus. *Insights 25*(3), 246-250. [][21] Soper, D. (2017). On passing an open access policy at Florida State University: From outreach to implementation. *College & Research Libraries News, 78*(8), 432. doi:[][22] Suber, P. (2009, February 2). OA policy options for funding agencies and universities, SPARC Open Access Newsletter. [][23] Suber, P. (2012). Open Access, MIT Press. Especially Chapter 4 on [Policies][24] . Also see the [updates and supplements to Chapter 4][25]. [][26] Suber, P. (2008, April 2). Three principles for university open access policies, SPARC Open Access Newsletter. [][27] Swan, A., Gargouri, Y., Hunt, M., & Harnad, S. (2015). Open access policy: Numbers, analysis, effectiveness. *Pasteur4OA Workpackage 3 Report*. [][28] Vandegrift, M., & Colvin, G. (2012). Relational communications. *College & Research Libraries News 73*(7), 386-389. [][29] Vincent-Lamarre, P., Boivin, J., Gargouri, Y., Larivière, V., & Harnad, S. (2016). Estimating open access mandate effectiveness: The MELIBEA score. *Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology 67* (in press). [][30] Wesolek, A. (2014). Bridging the gap between Digital Measures and Digital Commons in support of open access: Or, how I learned to stop worrying and love human mediation. *Collection Management 39*(1), 32-42. [][31] Wesolek, A., & Royster, P. (2015). Open-Access Policies: Basics and impact on content recruitment. In B. B. Callicott, D. Scherer, & A. Wesolek (Eds.), *Making Institutional Repositories Work* (pp. 55-68). Charleston insights in library, archival, and information sciences. West Lafayette, IN: Purdue University Press. Retrieved from [][32] Xia, J., Gilchrist, S. B., Smith, N. X. P., Kingery, J. A., Radecki, J. R., Wilhelm, R. L., Harrison, K. C., Ashby, M. L., & Mahn, A. J. (2012). A review of open access self-archiving mandate policies. *portal: Libraries and the Academy 12*(1), 85-102. [][33] Zhang, H., Boock, M., & Wirth, A. A. (2015). It takes more than a mandate: Factors that contribute to increased rates of article deposit to an institutional repository. Retrieved from [][34] ---------- For a list of other publications that contain recommendations for university OA policies, see: - the Harvard Open Access Project wiki: [][35] - the PASTEUR4OA project: [][36] [1]: [2]: [3]: [4]: [5]: [6]: [7]: [8]: [9]: [10]: [11]: [12]: [13]: [14]: [15]: [16]: [17]: [18]: [19]: [20]: [21]: [22]: [23]: [24]: [25]: [26]: [27]: [28]: [29]: [30]: [31]: [32]: [33]: [34]: [35]: [36]:
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