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Timeline of the open access movement
- This is a list of landmark events in the history of OA. It started as a non-wiki timeline maintained by Peter Suber, who moved it to OAD in February 2009.
- Please keep entries brief in order to save space. Whenever possible, link to the projects, policies, or organizations mentioned.
- Whenever possible, please give year, month, and day for each item. When you know the year, but not the month or day, then list the item at the beginning of the year. When you know the year and month, but not the day, then list the item at the beginning of the month.
- For reference, the timeline includes a small number of entries on the early history of the internet and world wide web, to show how quickly scholars moved to take advantage of the new medium. The dates for these entries are in a green font.
- The timeline does not aim to include all OA journals or all OA repositories, only the early pioneers that helped to prove the concepts. It also omits individual books, articles, and speeches, no matter how important.
- Note that since February 2008, Wikipedia has had its own timeline of the OA movement. It's still not as comprehensive as this version.
- Related lists in OAD: (1) Declarations in support of OA, (2) Early OA journals, (3) Unanimous faculty votes.
- Timeline before 2000
- Timeline 2000
- Timeline 2001
- Timeline 2002
- Timeline 2003
- Timeline 2004
- Timeline 2005
- Timeline 2006
- Timeline 2007
- Timeline 2008
- Timeline 2009
- Timeline 2010
- Timeline 2011
- Timeline 2012
- Timeline 2013
- Timeline 2014
- Timeline 2015
- Timeline 2016
- Timeline 2017
- Timeline 2018
For a visual timeline see A brief timeline of Open Access