Open access policies, practices and licensing: A review of the literature in Australia and selected jurisdictions
Fitzgerald, Anne M., Hooper, Neale, Appleyard, Baden, Buttigieg, Karen, Pappalardo, Kylie Marie and Fitzgerald, Brian. (2009). Open access policies, practices and licensing: A review of the literature in Australia and selected jurisdictions Brisbane, Australia: Queensland University of Technology.
|Authors||Fitzgerald, Anne M., Hooper, Neale, Appleyard, Baden, Buttigieg, Karen, Pappalardo, Kylie Marie and Fitzgerald, Brian|
he full economic, cultural and environmental value of information produced or funded by the public sector can be realised through enabling greater access to and reuse of the information. To do this effectively it is necessary to describe and implement a policy framework that supports greater access and reuse among a distributed, online network of information suppliers and users. The objective of this study was to identify materials dealing with policies, principles and practices relating to information access and reuse in Australia and in other key jurisdictions internationally.
Open Access Policies, Practices and Licensing: A review of the literature in Australia and selected jurisdictions sets out the findings of an extensive review of published materials dealing with policies, practices and legal issues relating to information access and reuse, with a particular focus on materials generated, held or funded by public sector bodies. The report was produced as part of the work program of the project “Enabling Real-Time Information Access in Both Urban and Regional Areas”, established within the Cooperative Research Centre for Spatial Information (CRCSI).
|Keywords||Open Access; Public Sector Information; Creative Commons; Copyright; Data sharing|
|Publisher||Queensland University of Technology|
|Place of publication||Brisbane, Australia|
|Open access||Open access|
|Research Group||Thomas More Law School|
|Series||OAK Law Project guide series|
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