Open Access Coach
Open access is becoming ever more relevant to the practice of scientific publishing. Open access makes articles available to readers free of cost, these costs are borne by the (representatives of the) authors.
Research funders like NWO and the EU are increasingly setting open access as a condition for funding. TU/e believes it is important that researchers meet these conditions. Find out here what options you have to do so.
For more information about open access and what assistance the IEC provides for it see further on this page.
Cover your open access publishing costs
TU/e and publishers have agreed discounts or waivers of publishing costs for a selection of journals. Some funders offer...Read more
Upload your publication in the TU/e Repository
TU/e authors are required to register their publications and to supply the final accepted author versions (post-print) to the TU/e...Read more
Funders and open access
NWO and the European Commission have made open access publishing of scientific articles obligatoryRead more
Plan S – a funders plan to making full and immediate OA a realityRead more
Open access in the Dutch Copyright Act – Taverne AmendmentRead more
TU/e Open Access policy
As of 15 April 2015, TU/e intends to make as many publications as possible available in the repository at no chargeRead more
Basic concepts and background
Green, hybrid and gold open access. Background information and national level collaborationisRead more
Support and advice
For all your questions about open accessRead more
Article 25fa pilot End User Agreement
Article 25fa pilot End User AgreementRead more