Here you can find out more about Open Access to research and how Pitt and people around the world are engaged in this movement to make high-quality scholarship more freely and widely available and usable.
The OA and scholarly communications environments are rapidly changing, morphing, stretching, and growing. Here you'll find more resources to help you use and understand OA and keep up-to-date with OA news and initiatives.
From Pitt's Open Access website, this page provides a list of past and current programs sponsored by Pitt during its annual commemoration of Open Access Week, an international event that promotes efforts in support of open access to scholarship
Developed at the University of Nottingham in the UK, Sherpa/RoMEO lets you search by journal name or publisher to find their copyright and self-archiving policies, helping you determine whether you can deposit your work in an Open Access repository or on your own website.
The University Library System will provide funds for the payment of article processing fees for articles authored or coauthored by the faculty, staff, postdoctoral associates, and students served by the ULS and the Barco Law Library who publish in eligible open-access journals and for which no alternative funding is available.