The Australasian Open Access Strategy Group (AOASG) is committed to promoting open access through collaboration, raising awareness and by leading and building capacity in this area.
The AOASG is supported by seventeen Australian and eight New Zealand Institutions with a commitment to Open Access.
- Charles Darwin University
- Charles Sturt University
- Council of New Zealand University Librarians (CONZUL)
- Curtin University
- Flinders University
- Griffith University
- Macquarie University
- Notre Dame University
- Southern Cross University
- University of Melbourne
- University of Newcastle
- UNSW Sydney
- Queensland University of Technology
- University of New England
- University of Southern Queensland
- University of the Sunshine Coast
- University of Western Australia
- Victoria University
The Patron of the AOASG is Emeritus Professor Tom Cochrane, Faculty of Law at QUT.
The AOASG Executive Committee (elected 2018) are:
- Martin Borchert, UNSW (Chair)
- Scott Nicholls, UWA
- Maureen Sullivan, Griffith University
- Mark Sutherland , University of Newcastle
The AOASG Director is Dr Virginia Barbour.
Anyone interested in Open Access in Australasia is welcome to contribute to discussions on the AOASG Open Access Community Discussion list. There are approximately 300 people on the list as of April 2017. Around 70% of the list are librarians from university, research organisations and government libraries. The remainder of the list is a combination of researchers, university administrators, public servants and open access publishers. Subscribe here.
You can also subscribe to our free newsletter that contains Open Access information from around the web.
Daily updates are posted on our twitter account @openaccess_anz
The Group also runs informal calls of communities of practice on open access every six weeks, one for Australia and one for New Zealand. Anyone working in this area is welcome to join the calls.
If you are interested in knowing more about any of our activities please contact the Director, Dr Virginia Barbour.
Page last updated Jan 22, 2019