University of Iceland issued a policy in February 2014. Where staff is encouraged to publish articles in open access outlets, such as OA journals, archives, preprint databases et. For more information please click here. For more about, please click here. See also ROARmap link.
Reykjavik University issued a policy in November 2014 where academic employees are encouraged to publish scholarly articles in open access and thus make them accessible free of charge and free of licencing restrictions See also ROAR link
Bifröst UniversityBifröst University issued an open access policy in May 2011 where academic staff is encouraged to publish in open access either by means of open-access journals or open-access archives. The National and University Library of Iceland issued a policy on open access and open science in November 2016. For more information please click here.
Opin vísindiOpin vísindi, the joint repository for all universities in Iceland was opened in September 2016.
The scientific publications are openly available (Open Access) in accordance with article 10 from the Act on public support for research / 2003 No 3. The aim of Opin Vísindi is to increase the usage, publicity, and impact of scholarly research produced at Icelandic universities and to further promote scientific research in Iceland.
Hirsla repository, www.hirsla.lsh.is, the repository of Landspitali University Hospital was established in 2006. Hirslan is the digital repository for research and scholarly publications of the Landspitali University Hospital faculty and staff. Hirslan also indexes all research articles in Icelandic health sciences journals and provides open access to these articles.
Skemman, https://skemman.is, is a joint digital repository for Icelandic universities which stores student theses from the universities.
There has not been published a national policy on Open Science in Iceland but OA has been endorsed through government statements in the past.
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