Thoughts on Public Access… the NREL Perspective. 2013 DOE OSTI STIP Meeting Mary Donahue, NREL April 10, 2013. Open Access at NREL. The Numbers & Author Involvement FY12 – 40 OA articles out of 368 = 11\% FY13(6 mos.) – 21 OA articles out of 196 = 11\%
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the NREL Perspective
2013 DOE OSTI STIP Meeting
Mary Donahue, NREL
April 10, 2013
National Science Foundation Collaborates with Federal Partners to Plan for Comprehensive Public Access to Research Results
"The National Science Board, as the policy making body for the National Science Foundation, endorses the agency's commitment to public access and looks forward to working with its colleagues and stakeholder communities to support and broaden the availability of federally-funded research data and results," said National Science Board (NSB) Chairman Dan Arvizu. "The NSB understands the importance to the American people that public access brings to the taxpayer and the scholarly community, and that progress in science accelerates when researchers share and build on each other's results."
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