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A great news about open access institutional mandate from Ternopil State Ivan Pul'uj Technical University, Ukraine, encouraged us to count open access institutional mandates in eIFL countries. And there are three mandates in Russia (thanks to Sergey Parinov, Socionet, and the person who registered the first Russian open access institutional mandate, for the information about Russian institutions below) and as already mentioned one mandate in Ukraine:
- Central Economics and Mathematics Institute of Russian Academy of Sciences:
“All researchers of the Central Economics and Mathematics Institute of Russian Academy of Sciences are mandated by director's decree to immediately deposit their papers/articles in the institutional Open Archive. ["...mandate researchers of CEMI RAS to deposit all completed research (in working paper form), including the full text, in institutional OA (repository) not later than 6 months after completion."]
- And the most recent open access policy adopted by Ternopil State Ivan Pul'uj Technical University (TSTU), Ukraine, mandates that all published journal articles and conference papers must be deposited in Electronic Archive of TSTU (ELARTU) if there are no legal objections by publishers. ELARTU also encourages and fully supports self-archiving of other research outputs produced by scientists and students of the university as well as other members of the scientific community. Congratulations to the repository team – Serhij Dubyk and Halyna Onysko!
If you know about other open access institutional mandates in the eIFL countries – please register them in the ROARMAP (Registry of Open Access Repository Material Archiving Policies) and write to me (iryna.kuchma[@]eifl.net).