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* This is a section within the larger [[Timeline|Timeline of the open access movement]].<br>
 
* This is a section within the larger [[Timeline|Timeline of the open access movement]].<br>
 
::[[Timeline before 2000|Pre-2000]] - [[Timeline 2000|2000]] - [[Timeline 2001|2001]] - [[Timeline 2002|2002]] - [[Timeline 2003|2003]] - [[Timeline 2004|2004]] - [[Timeline 2005|2005]] - [[Timeline 2006|2006]] - [[Timeline 2007|2007]] - [[Timeline 2008|2008]] - [[Timeline 2009|2009]] - [[Timeline 2010|2010]] - [[Timeline 2011|2011]] - [[Timeline 2012|2012]] - [[Timeline 2013|2013]] - [[Timeline 2014|2014]] - [[Timeline 2015|2015]] - [[Timeline 2016|2016]] - [[Timeline 2017|2017]] - [[Timeline 2018|2018]]
 
::[[Timeline before 2000|Pre-2000]] - [[Timeline 2000|2000]] - [[Timeline 2001|2001]] - [[Timeline 2002|2002]] - [[Timeline 2003|2003]] - [[Timeline 2004|2004]] - [[Timeline 2005|2005]] - [[Timeline 2006|2006]] - [[Timeline 2007|2007]] - [[Timeline 2008|2008]] - [[Timeline 2009|2009]] - [[Timeline 2010|2010]] - [[Timeline 2011|2011]] - [[Timeline 2012|2012]] - [[Timeline 2013|2013]] - [[Timeline 2014|2014]] - [[Timeline 2015|2015]] - [[Timeline 2016|2016]] - [[Timeline 2017|2017]] - [[Timeline 2018|2018]]
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[[Category:History of OA]]
 
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* '''January 2, 2008'''. The [http://library.nyu.edu/ New York University Libraries] launched the [http://www.dspace.org/index.php/Read-More/Afghanistan-Digital-Library-detail.html OA Afghanistan Digital Library].
 
* '''January 2, 2008'''. The [http://library.nyu.edu/ New York University Libraries] launched the [http://www.dspace.org/index.php/Read-More/Afghanistan-Digital-Library-detail.html OA Afghanistan Digital Library].
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==See also==
 
==See also==
 
* [[2008|OA-related events held in 2008]], including conferences and workshops
 
* [[2008|OA-related events held in 2008]], including conferences and workshops
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==Further reading==
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* P. Suber. [http://legacy.earlham.edu/~peters/fos/newsletter/01-02-09.htm Open access in 2008]. SPARC Open Access Newsletter, January 2, 2009.

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  • January, 10, 2008. The Swiss Academy of the Humanities and Social Sciences (Schweizerische Akademie der Geistes- und Sozialwissenschaften or SAGW) adopted an OA policy recommending (not requiring) that authors self-archive or submit their work to OA journals, and that journals and publishers use CC licenses or deposit their articles in an OA repository.
  • January 18, 2008. Google announced that it will soon launch a research data repository to provide OA to multi-terabyte sized datasets, integrated with tools for visualization, annotation, and user comments.
  • February 5, 2008. SPARC launched a new mailing list for discussing author rights. The list is moderated by Kevin Smith, Scholarly Communications Officer for Duke University Libraries.
  • March, 20, 2008. eIFL (Electronic Information for Libraries) called for collaboration on OA projects from like-minded organizations in the 47 developing and transition countries in which it operates.
  • March 25, 2008. Richard Crocker launched Planet eBook, a new portal of OA books in the public domain.
  • July 25, 2008. The NIH has released the author addendum (or "cover sheet") it requires when NIH employees publish articles based on NIH-funded research
  • September 6, 2008. OAPEN (Open Access Publishing in European Networks), a project to publish OA monographs in the social sciences and humanities, officially launched.
  • October 17, 2008. ETH (Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule Zürich)- Zürich adopted an OA mandate.
  • November 19, 2008. ENCES (European Network for Copyright in support of Education and Science), an organization dedicated to the adoption of OA-friendly copyright laws in Europe, officially launched.

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Further reading