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One [http://www.bildung.bremen.de/fastmedia/13/Kontrakt%202007-09%20SuUB.pdf objective] of the SuUB to encourage and support the Open Access strategy of the universities by setting-up a DINI certified .document server for long time archiving.
 
One [http://www.bildung.bremen.de/fastmedia/13/Kontrakt%202007-09%20SuUB.pdf objective] of the SuUB to encourage and support the Open Access strategy of the universities by setting-up a DINI certified .document server for long time archiving.
  
It is also maintaining a [http://elib.suub.uni-bremen.de/frs_open_access.html website] giving an overview on Open Access.  
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It is also maintaining a [http://elib.suub.uni-bremen.de/frs_open_access.html website] giving an overview on Open Access.
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Currently the SuUB holds about 3 million Open Access articles in conjunction with the Open Archives Initiative[http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Open_Archives_Initiative].
  
 
=== Researchers ===
 
=== Researchers ===

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name Name::Universität Bremen
Address [[Address::Bibliothekstr. 1;

28359 Bremen; Germany

Postal Address: Universität Bremen; Postfach 33 04 40; 28334 Bremen; Germany]]

Coordinates Coordinates::
School website Uri::http://www.uni-bremen.de/

FC Chapter

Free Culture Bremen

Open University Campaign

The University of Bremen and the State- and University Library (SuUB) signed the `Berlin Declaration' and the `Göttingen Declaration on Copyright for Education and Research'[1].

Library

One objective of the SuUB to encourage and support the Open Access strategy of the universities by setting-up a DINI certified .document server for long time archiving.

It is also maintaining a website giving an overview on Open Access.

Currently the SuUB holds about 3 million Open Access articles in conjunction with the Open Archives Initiative[2].

Researchers

84% out of 220 researchers who participated in a survey 2004 support Open Access according to the offical news paper `Bremer Uni-Schlüssel' #84.

The working group `Applied Computer Science' is maintaining a list of links that might be interesting.

Students

The student association (AStA) and the computer science students association (StugA Informatik) are supporting the Open University Campaign.


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