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The Open Archives Forum (OA-Forum) was an Information Society Technologies Programme (IST) - Accompanying Measures project (IST- 2001-320015). IST is a single, integrated research programme building on the convergence of information processing, communications and media technologies. IST is managed by the Information Society DG of the European Commission.

Partners of OA-Forum: University of Bath-UKOLN (United Kingdom),
Istituto di Scienza e Tecnologie dell'Informazione "A.Faedo" - CNR (Italy) and
Computer and Media Service (Computing Centre) of Humboldt University Berlin (Germany).
Project coordinator: Rachel Heery (UKOLN, University of Bath, United Kingdom)
 

Webadministration

Server administration: Michael Bachmann (CMS, Humboldt University Berlin, Germany)
Web design: Birgit Matthaei (CMS, Humboldt University Berlin, Germany)
based on a draft of Centromedia.com
Web concept and
Programming: 
Birgit Matthaei (CMS, Humboldt University Berlin, Germany)
Information Resource
Database: 
Jing Yuan Wang (CMS, Humboldt University Berlin, Germany) and
Birgit Matthaei (CMS, Humboldt University Berlin, Germany)
 

Contents of these pages had been developed by cooperation and within responsibility of all project partners. The project is terminated. If you nevertheless have questions or remarks please contact:
contact@oaforum.org
 
Liability note: Despite careful selection for appropriate content, we do not take responsibility for the content or availability of the sites to which we provide external links. Responsibility for contents of the linked pages lies with their own operators.

 
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The Open Archives Forum (OAF) is an IST– Accompanying Measures project (IST- 2001-320015).
The partners of OAF are: University of Bath-UKOLN (United Kingdom), Istituto di Scienza e Tecnologie della Informazione-CNR (Italy) and Computer- and Media Service (Computing Center) of Humboldt University (Germany).

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