Wikis about OA
This list is part of the Open Access Directory.
- This is a list of wikis focusing on open access and related issues. When possible, please annotate with the name of the person or organization behind it.
- Alphabetical by title.
- Acceso Abierto al Conocimiento en Latinoamérica. From the Universidad de los Andes, Mérida, Venezuela.
- APSR Wiki. From the Australian Partnership for Sustainable Repositories (APSR).
- AuseAccess. On OA repositories in the Australasian region. Launched by Arthur Sale.
- Blue Obelisk Wiki. From Blue Obelisk. (The wiki is the project home page.)
- Copyright Experiences. Actual and model copyright agreements for law journals. From Michael Froomkin.
- CRIG Wiki. From the JISC Common Repository Interfaces Group (CRIG). (The wiki is the CRIG home page.)
- Definition of Free Cultural Works. Launched by Erik Möller and Benjamin Mako Hill.
- Digital Research Tools (DiRT). Launched by Lisa Spiro at Rice University.
- Dryad development wiki. For the development team of the Dryad biological data repository. From NESCent and the UNC Metadata Research Center.
- Digital Public Library of America planning initiative wiki. From the Digital Public Library of America (DPLA) project.
- eCrystals Federation. (The wiki is the federation home page.)
- Embed Project Wiki. From Cranfield University. "The aim of the Embed project is to increase understanding of how repositories can be used to support research and learning, integrating them fully into academic processes."
- Foundation for P2P Alternatives. From the P2P Foundation. (The wiki is the foundation's home page.)
- iCommons Wiki. from iCommons. (The wiki is the iCommons home page.)
- Interagency Working Group on Digital Data Wiki. From the US federal government Interagency Working Group on Digital Data. (The wiki is the IWGDD home page.)
- Internet Rights Charter. From the Internet Governance Forum (IGF). A wiki to revise the Internet Rights Charter, originally drafted by the Association for Progressive Communications. (The charter supports OA for publicly-funded research.)
- Knowledge Sharing Toolkit wiki. From the Knowledge Sharing Project of the Information and Communications Technology and Knowledge Management (ICT-KM) program of the Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research (CGIAR) of the UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO).
- LOCKSS Wiki. From LOCKSS. (The wiki is the LOCKSS home page.)
- OJIMS Wiki. From JISC's Overlay journal infrastructure for Meteorological Sciences (OJIMS) project.
- OpenWetWare Wiki. From OpenWetWare. (The wiki is the project home page.)
- Open Access Directory. Launched by Peter Suber and Robin Peek. (Listed here only here for completeness. If someone copies the page, we don't want OAD to be left out.)
- Open access in Canada. From Dean Giustini.
- Open Courseware Consortium wiki. From the Open Courseware Consortium.
- Open Knowledge Foundation Wiki. Hosted by the Open Knowledge Foundation.
- Also see the wiki for the German branch of OKF.
- Open Source Publishing. Launched by Eric Mockensturm.
- Opin gögn wiki (Open data wiki). In Icelandic. From Hjalmar Gislason.
- Open Video Alliance. (The wiki is the alliance home page.)
- ProjectRepository. Launched by Mark Cyzyk and Sayeed Choudhury at Johns Hopkins University.
- Repositories Research Team Wiki. Maintained by the Repositories Research Team at UKOLN and JISC CETIS for anyone working on the JISC Digital Repositories Programme and the JISC Repositories and Preservation Programme and other experts in the field of digital repositories.
- SWORD (Simple Web-service Offering Repository Deposit). The project is led by UKOLN based at the University of Bath.
- Il Wiki sull' Open Access in Italia. In Italian. From Portale per la Letteratura scientifica Elettronica Italiana su Archivi aperti e Depositi Istituzionali (PLEIADI).
- Wiki Acceso Abierto. Co-founded by Paola Bongiovani and Nancy Gómez. A community wiki to share information about OA in Spanish.
- WikiEducator. From WikiEducator. (The wiki is the WikiEducator home page.)
- Wikimedia Foundation. From the Wikimedia Foundation. (The wiki is the foundation home page.)