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The COAPI Cats: A directory of the 22 academic libraries setting the US open access agenda

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The word is getting around from places like Library Journal that the recently formed  Coalition of Open Access Policy Institutions (COAPI)  will meet in person for the first time at a pre-conference meeting at the Berlin 9 Open Access Conference in Washington, DC, in early November 2011.   Just as SPARC fostered a vibrant and participatory Open Access Week site that substitutes for in-person meetings, SPARC is also promising to lend its advocacy expertise and even support a COAPI meeting at their own first North American OA meeting, to be held next March in Kansas City, MO.

It would be useful for me to provide something to describe the participants before their own web site becomes available at SPARC or elsewhere.  This chart will show the COAPI institutional library, a link to their campus open access policy, and a link to their institutional repository:

 Arizona State University Library  OA policy   IR
 Brigham Young University Library  OA Policy  IR
 Columbia University Libraries  OA Policy  IR
 Concordia University Library  OA Policy  IR
Duke University Library OA Policy IR
 Emory University Library OA Policy IR
 Gustavus Adolphus College Library  OA Policy  IR
 Harvard University Libraries  OA Policy  IR
 Indiana University-Purdue University Library OA Policy  IR
 Lafayette College Library  OA Policy  IR
 MIT Libraries  OA Policy  IR
 Oberlin College Library  OA Policy  IR
 Oregon State University Libraries  OA Policy  IR
 Rollins College Library  OA Policy  IR
 Stanford University Libraries OA Policy  IR
 Trinity University Library  OA Policy  IR
 University of Hawaii-Manoa Library  OA Policy  IR
University of Kansas Libraries  OA Policy  IR
 University of North Texas Libraries  OA Policy IR
 University of Northern Colorado Libraries OA Policy  IR
 University of Oregon Libraries  OA Policy  IR
 Wake Forest University Library  OA Policy  IR

The ROARMAP directory project continues to be the site to track the growth of open access repositories with  mandated archiving policies.  Here is the ROARMAP global growth tracker:

ROARMAP Quarterly Growth February 2011

ROARMAP Quarterly Growth February 2011

 

 

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