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GOAL is a swissuniversities co-funded project that aims to unlock the potential of Green Open Access among Swiss professional and scholarly journals.
By Green Open Access we mean aof an article from a journal that is made online on a .
Because Green Open Access is a sustainable way to promote Open Access among
The ZHAW is the leading institution, the HSLU, ZHdK, FHNW and PH Fribourg are the partner institutions. A Sounding Board with further twelve Swiss Higher Education Institutions provides advice to the GOAL Team.
The team members who work together in the GOAL project come from different institutions: ZHAW Zurich University of Applied Sciences, Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts (HSLU), University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern Switzerland (FHNW), Zurich University of the Arts (ZHdK) and University of Teacher Education Fribourg (HEP | PH FR).
GOAL intends to bring together as many Swiss universities of applied sciences and of teachers’ education as possible. The Sounding Board is the place where Open Access specialists and/or other representatives from these institutions such as university managers or administrators can come into close contact with GOAL.
Information & Contact
For further information on Open Access, please visit the link and glossary page. If you have any kind of questions regarding the project, please do not hesitate to send us your question by our contact form. If you want to contact a concrete member of our project, you can find our details on the project members page.