The partnership is a splendid idea, but please note that there is no
logical or practical reason for University X to fill its Eprint Archives
solely or even primarily with University X articles published in
University X Press journals! The target content is of course University
X articles in *all* journals.
But Oxford is certainly no mere university X, nor is OUP any old journal
publisher! So this project is a timely and imaginative one -- as long as
it clearly projects beyond the kick-start OU/OUP partnership to the
self-archiving of all of OU research output!
> from https://mx2.arl.org/Lists/SPARC-OAForum/Message/170.html>> Oxford University Press (OUP) partnership with Oxford University
> Library Services (OULS) in support of the national SHERPA project
>http://www.sherpa.ac.uk : OUP will provide OULS institutional eprint
> archive with online access to articles by Oxford University-based authors,
> available free of charge to researchers across the globe.
>> Frances Boyle (OULS): "Our first task is to set up a server with
> the eprints.org software over the coming months. The collaboration
> with OUP will enable us to populate the repository with quality
> content. This initiative will kick-start the project and will
> enable OULS to host a demonstrator system for the many interested
> stakeholders at Oxford."