"Jack Stilgoe ("Open Access Inaction," Guardian 18 June 2013) has the indignation but not the information:
1. UCL has a Green OA Self-Archiving Mandate: In May 2009, UCL Academic Board agreed two principles to underpin UCL’s publication activity and to support its scholarly mission:
-- That, copyright permissions allowing, a copy of all research outputs should be deposited in the UCL repository in Open Access
-- That individual UCL academic researchers should be directly responsible for providing and maintaining details of their publications in relevant UCL databases so as to support both Open Access and the requirement for UCL to keep an accurate record of its research outputs
UCL, therefore, has a ‘Green’ Open Access policy, by which copies of UCL research are deposited in UCL Discovery, UCL’s Open Access repository. This UCL policy informs UCL’s approach to the open access requirements of research funders."