Yaroshenko, Tetyana
January 2011
IATUL Annual Conference Proceedings;2011, Vol. 21, p1
Conference Proceeding
Open Access (OA) to scientific information is not only desireable, but also is the predictable way to successive development of scientific communication. The model of Open Archive seems the best to deal with the organization of Ukrainian scientific information resources, in particular, publications of research output. Ukraine is an important producer of scientific data. There are 351 universities and 119 research institutes of the Academy of Science in Ukraine. The approximate number of those employed in science is 179 thousand people, including 84,400 Doctors of Science. More than 1,500 academic journals and other scientific serials are published in Ukraine. But the impact of Ukrainian research is low at the world. The OA model (both "gold" and "green") can become an outlet for this information blockade in Ukraine. There were 27 institutional repositories created in Ukraine in the last 3 or 4 years with total number of digital documents deposited standing at about 57,000 already, and virtually all academic journals are available through OA now also. Different examples of Ukrainian IRs and OA journals presented. Information about lobbying OA at the state and institutional levels. Open Access to Knowledge Statement (2009). ELibUkrOA - multi-university project-development. Still low participation by Ukrainian universities in the OA movement brought about by inability and difficulty in comprehending the entire conceptualisation and importance of Open Access for modern university.


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