Access to OUP journals terminates June 1st
As of June 1st access to most current issues of journals of Oxford University Press (OUP) will end. The VSNU (the Association of Universities in the Netherlands) and OUP have been negotiating about a new license for 2017, including open access, but could not reach an agreement.
What is still accessible?
EUR/ISS researchers and students still have access to the back files of the journals under the license from 2005 until 2016. Furthermore, the University Library continues its subscriptions to a limited number of journals that were not part of the collective license. In the two documents below (attachments) you will find lists of journals to which the EUR still has access.
Alternative ways of access
You can try to locate an open access version or an author-uploaded pdf of the article, by using:
- Google Scholar: web search engine that indexes the full text or metadata of scholarly literature across an array of publishing formats and disciplines.
- Unpaywall: free web-browser extension for Chrome and Firefox that searches for papers in more than 5,300 repositories worldwide
- ResearchGate: social networking site for scientists and researchers to share papers, ask and answer questions, and find collaborators
- Academia.edu: social networking website for academics to share papers, monitor their impact, and follow the research in a particular field.
- Open access button: Contact the author to request a copy of the article.