>> OpenDOAR is a joint collaboration between the University of
>> Nottingham in the UK and Lund University in Sweden. Both
>> institutions are active in open access initiatives. Lund operates the
>> Directory of Open Access Journals (, which is known
>> throughout the world. Nottingham leads SHERPA, and runs the
>> SHERPA/RoMEO database, which is used worldwide as a reference for
>> publisher's copyright policies. Staff at Lund University Libraries
>> have created the initial OpenDOAR technical set-up and carried
>> out repository review and classification. OpenDOAR builds on open
>> access work done by other researchers and projects to record and list
>> repositories. Among others, thanks go to the Public Knowledge
>> Project, and the universities of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and
>> Southampton.
>> OpenDOAR is jointly funded by four agencies, led by the international
>> Open Society Institute (OSI). The UK higher education funding
>> committee, JISC (Joint Information Systems Committee) has provided
>> support, along with funding from the UK-based Consortium of Research
>> Libraries (CURL) and from SPARCEurope - an alliance of European
>> research libraries, library organisations, and research institutions.


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