Harvard University
Harvard University

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The Harvard University Office for Scholarly Communication was formed in 2008 with a charge to the University Library from the Harvard Provost to spearhead campus-wide initiatives to open, share, and preserve scholarship. The OSC benefits from the oversight of a University-wide faculty advisory committee that provides advice on specific programs and policies.

With support from OSC, open-access policies are now in place in more than half of the Harvard schools. These policies were voted on by the faculty and grant an automatic license to Harvard for scholarly articles authored by faculty members.

OSC is undertaking many other activities related to open access, including support for open-access journal publishing, conference presentations, online distribution of PhD dissertations, and education and outreach to faculty on the importance of the policies and the procedures for supporting them.

Is there PeerJ funding from this institution?

Harvard has not deposited funds directly with PeerJ but the Harvard Open-Access Publishing Equity (HOPE) fund provides funds for the reimbursement of reasonable article processing fees for articles authored or co-authored by Harvard researchers published in PeerJ. Members of the Harvard Community can apply for HOPE funds by completing a webform. For more information see https://osc.hul.harvard.edu/hope

Members of the Harvard Community can apply for HOPE funds by completing a webform.

80 Peer-reviewed Articles

42 Preprints

Endless forms of sexual selection
2,267 views · 1,185 downloads
Broad similarities in shoulder muscle architecture and organization across two amniotes: Implications for reconstructing non-mammalian synapsids
594 views · 576 downloads
Digitization and the future of natural history collections
1,259 views · 1,602 downloads
Genomics of hosts-pathogen interactions: challenges and opportunities across ecological and spatiotemporal scales
1,270 views · 1,249 downloads
The Global Museum: natural history collections and the future of evolutionary biology and public education
1,642 views · 2,222 downloads
Potential use of clinical polygenic risk scores in psychiatry – ethical implications and communicating high polygenic risk
317 views · 535 downloads

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