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===2015===
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* [http://policies.unc.edu/policies/open-access/ Open Access Policy]
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**POLICY STATEMENT: "Each Faculty member of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill grants to the University a nonexclusive, noncommercial, irrevocable, worldwide license to exercise, and to authorize others to exercise, any and all rights under copyright relating to each of his or her scholarly articles, in any medium, for the purpose of making those articles freely and widely available in an open access repository."
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**ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: "The Scholarly Communications Office of the University Library... will be responsible for interpreting this policy"
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*[https://blogs.lib.unc.edu/news/index.php/2015/05/oa-policy/ UNC Faculty Council Adopts Open Access Policy], UNC Library News and Events, May 6, 2015.
  
 
===2005===
 
===2005===
  
 
* [http://www.unc.edu/faculty/faccoun/minutes/M05FC03.htm Two resolutions] in support of open access adopted by the Faculty Council, March 4, 2005.  
 
* [http://www.unc.edu/faculty/faccoun/minutes/M05FC03.htm Two resolutions] in support of open access adopted by the Faculty Council, March 4, 2005.  
 
 
* Summary:  The first resolution simply resolves that "to the extent permitted by law, UNC-CH faculty are the owners of their research and should retain ownership, or use other means to foster open access publication wherever possible." The second creates two task forces, one to follow-up a [http://www.unc.edu/scholcomdig/ campus-wide convocation on OA] and one to establish an institutional repository. The second resolution also asks departments "to review tenure and promotion standards to recognize publishing in non-traditional sources" and to educate their faculty about "the problems of scholarly communications".  
 
* Summary:  The first resolution simply resolves that "to the extent permitted by law, UNC-CH faculty are the owners of their research and should retain ownership, or use other means to foster open access publication wherever possible." The second creates two task forces, one to follow-up a [http://www.unc.edu/scholcomdig/ campus-wide convocation on OA] and one to establish an institutional repository. The second resolution also asks departments "to review tenure and promotion standards to recognize publishing in non-traditional sources" and to educate their faculty about "the problems of scholarly communications".  
 
* Greg Steen, [http://www.dailytarheel.com/home/index.cfm?event=fileNotFound Faculty touts online journals], The Daily Tar Heel, April 11, 2005.
 
* Greg Steen, [http://www.dailytarheel.com/home/index.cfm?event=fileNotFound Faculty touts online journals], The Daily Tar Heel, April 11, 2005.

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2015

  • Open Access Policy
  • Summary:
    • POLICY STATEMENT: "Each Faculty member of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill grants to the University a nonexclusive, noncommercial, irrevocable, worldwide license to exercise, and to authorize others to exercise, any and all rights under copyright relating to each of his or her scholarly articles, in any medium, for the purpose of making those articles freely and widely available in an open access repository."
    • ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: "The Scholarly Communications Office of the University Library... will be responsible for interpreting this policy"
  • UNC Faculty Council Adopts Open Access Policy, UNC Library News and Events, May 6, 2015.

2005

  • Two resolutions in support of open access adopted by the Faculty Council, March 4, 2005.
  • Summary: The first resolution simply resolves that "to the extent permitted by law, UNC-CH faculty are the owners of their research and should retain ownership, or use other means to foster open access publication wherever possible." The second creates two task forces, one to follow-up a campus-wide convocation on OA and one to establish an institutional repository. The second resolution also asks departments "to review tenure and promotion standards to recognize publishing in non-traditional sources" and to educate their faculty about "the problems of scholarly communications".
  • Greg Steen, Faculty touts online journals, The Daily Tar Heel, April 11, 2005.