Fair, affordable & open access to knowledge

Program director Catherine Clark
Related topics CAUL Business, Research, Scholarly Communications

The Fair, affordable and open access to knowledge program is part of CAUL's 2017 - 2019 strategic plan. The program has five associated projects:

  1. Retaining Rights to Research Publications Project
  2. Review of Australian Repository Infrastructure
  3. CAUL Statement on Open Scholarship Review
  4. Fair Use Advocacy
  5. Collection and Reporting of APC Information

The F.A.I.R policy statement

The Findable Accessible Interoperable and Reusable (F.A.I.R.) statement is separate from CAUL's Fair, affordable and open access to knowledge program. The F.A.I.R. Statement Steering Group (FSSG) was established in early 2017 to address the implementation of the statement.

The FAIR Access to Australia’s Research website was established to support the FSSG, the website provides information about the policy statement on ongoing action.

Current projects and groups

Collection & Reporting of APCs

This project is to design and implement a consistent process for collection and reporting of article processing charges (APCs) in Australian universities.
Author Harry Rolf
Last modified 13 May 2019