The OA Good Practice project is being supported, directed and driven by a group of organisations who have a shared aim in supporting OA implementation guidance to their constituent stakeholders and members. These organisations are Jisc, ARMA, RLUK and SCONUL
ARMA is the UK’s professional association for research managers and administrators, with over 2,300 members from across 200+ organisations, ranging from universities and funding bodies to the National Health Service and independent research institutions. ARMA’s mission is to facilitate excellence in research through identifying, establishing and exchanging good practice in research management and administration
The Society of College, National and University Libraries (SCONUL) represents all university libraries in the UK and Ireland, irrespective of mission group, as well as national libraries and many of the UK’s colleges of higher education. SCONUL promotes awareness of the role of academic libraries in supporting research excellence and student achievement and employability, and represents their views and interests to government, regulators and other stakeholders.
RLUK represents the leading and most significant research libraries in the UK and Ireland. RLUK’s strategic objectives, reports, projects and partnerships work to help realise its vision of shaping the modern research library
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