The University of North Texas is committed to exploring and examining opportunities to participate in the global open access movement. Open Access @ UNT is an initiative that provides information about the open access vision to the campus community and engages faculty and staff by providing information about UNT's adoption of an institutional open access policy.

This website provides links to resources various issues related to Open Access, as well as information about the yearly symposium and other news and events.


parking at the 2015 symposium

Attendees driving to the symposium should park in the Elm Street Garage. It is located at 2000 Elm Street, with 4 entrances (on Elm Street, Main Street, Harwood Street, and Pearl Street). Parking tickets will be validated at the event.

early registration for 2015 symposium extended through April 17

We are pleased to announce that early registration for the 2015 symposium has been extended through April 17. For more information, see the symposium registration page.

2015 Symposium speakers awarded ALL-SIS Outstanding Article Award

James M. Donovan, Carol A. Watson, and Caroline Osborne, speakers during the upcoming Open Access Symposium 2015, were recently awarded this year's ALL-SIS Outstanding Article Award for their article "The Open Access Advantage for American Law Reviews."

2015 International Open Access Week Theme: Open for Collaboration

The 2015 International Open Access Week, held annually in October, has announced this year's theme to be "Open for Collaboration." The UNT Libraries will be organizing a series of events for International Open Access Week in October 2015. If you are interested in participating, or have ideas for this year's events, please contact us.