AAU has joined the League of European Research Universities, the Canadian U15, the United Kingdom’s Russell Group, the Japanese Research University 11, the German U15, and the Australian Group of Eight in signing on to the Leiden Principles on the role of research-intensive universities as the…
The current Guide to Accelerate Public Access to Research Data builds on many prior efforts and is consistent with national and global open science efforts as well as international declarations, such as the Sorbonne declaration on research data rights.
Join AAU and APLU for a series of conversations with campuses that are advancing public access to research data. As a community, we will explore strategies that align with the recommendations in the Guide to Accelerate Public Access to Research Data.
AAU, APLU, and COGR submitted comments in response to the Office of Science and Technology Policy’s recent request for information on “Public Access to Peer-Reviewed scholarly Publications, Data and Code Resulting from Federally Funded Research.”
AAU, APLU, and AAMC submitted comments to the Office of Science and Technology Policy to request a 30-day extension to the comment period for its request for information titled “Public Access to Peer-Reviewed Scholarly Publications, Data and Code Resulting from Federally Funded Research.”
AAU Board of Directors October 21, 2018 approved a statement concerning Congressional earmarking of federal research funds. The statement notes that earmarks may reduce the capacity of federal research agencies that sponsor merit-based competitions to support the most promising research.