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Duke Open Access Policy
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Origins of the Policy
The policy was developed by the Digital
Futures Task Force, a group appointed by the
Provost in Spring 2009 to explore issues
related to the evolution of and support for
new models of digital information use,
management, dissemination, and
preservation. In its first year, the Task Force
drafted an open access policy for Duke based
on the model set by Harvard, MIT, and others,
and reviewed the draft with many faculty and
administrative governance groups in Fall 2009
and Winter 2010, revising the document
based on feedback from faculty. The draft
policy was presented and discussed at the
Duke Academic Council meeting in February
2010 and adopted with a unanimous vote at
the Academic Council meeting in March 2010.
Digital Futures Task Force - 2009/2010
Co-Chairs:
Cathy N. Davidson, English, Franklin
Humanities Institute
Paolo Mangiafico, Office of the Provost
Members
Martha Adams, Medical School
Stuart Benjamin, Law School
Samantha Earp, OIT Academic Services
Deborah Jakubs, University Librarian and
Vice Provost for Library Affairs
Jim Moody, Sociology
Negar Mottahedeh, Literature
Tony O'Driscoll, Fuqua School
Tim Pyatt, UniversityArchives / Special
Collections Library
Kathleen Smith, Biology
Kevin Smith, Library / Scholarly
Communications
Kim Steinle, Duke University Press
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