6th March 2017

Our programme areas

Four programmes frame SPARC Europe’s work  Influence Europe’s Open Science and Scholarship decision-makers and scholars Targeting additional stakeholders such as funders, research assessment bodies as well as deans and research management; building … Read More

3rd March 2017

Our Open Access Work

Taking concrete steps to make Open Access the default Continuing the push to make Open the default demands a multi-dimensional approach that takes into consideration the various stakeholders, from policy-makers to … Read More

28th February 2017

SPARC Europe key resources

A selection of our policy and advocacy resources to share and re-use Tools & services Europe’s Open Access Champions How Open is your Research? OA Citation Advantage Service Documents SPARC Europe Annual … Read More

17th February 2017

Authors taking OA action

Recommendations for researchers and authors Strive to retain your copyright for publication with no restrictions as recommended by Science Europe in its New Science Europe Principles on Open Access Publisher Services … Read More

17th February 2017

Funders taking OA action

Recommendations for funders What policies already exist? An overview of current funder mandates can be found in the The Registry of Open Access Repository Mandates and Policies (ROARMAP) When implementing an … Read More

17th February 2017

Who we work with

Our partnerships To more fully deliver on our mission and deepen the open science and open access network, as well as to avoid any overlap in activities, SPARC Europe has established a … Read More

9th February 2017

Our members

Our members provide us with focus and direction while ensuring that there is broad support for our strategy and initiatives. Austria University of Vienna (Universität Wien), Vienna University Library and Archive Services … Read More

9th February 2017

What you can do for Open Access

Open Access brings opportunities to various stakeholders Libraries Libraries form the ultimate locus for pushing out the case for Open Access and address to universities, funders, research institutes and publishers. Librarians often … Read More