Global research and education leader Wiley today announced a three year open access agreement with VIVA, a consortium of more than seventy libraries and academic institutions throughout the US state of Virginia, to begin in 2022.
STM (the International Association of Scientific, Technical and Medical Publishers) today welcomed the General Conference of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization ( recommendation on Open Science that was adopted at the 41 st session of the organization held in Paris.
Frontiers welcomes the news on the unanimous adoption of The UNESCO Recommendation on Open Science. Together with UNESCO, we recognize the urgency of addressing complex and interconnected environmental, social and economic challenges facing the world and the vital importance of science, technology and innovation in response to these challenges
As we continuously work to break down the barriers of access to knowledge and information, we are proud to announce that now our entire catalog of over 5,500 Open Access books will be available through the Research4Life platform.
The University Library of University of Southern Denmark (SDU) supports its researchers in making their research more widely available. As part of this support, SDU has entered an institutional agreement with Frontiers. Under the terms of this agreement, eligible authors from SDU may publish in any Frontiers journal with a 10% discount.
The Public Library of Science (PLOS) today announced that it is the first wholly Open Access (OA) publisher to deliver Release 5 COUNTER-compliant usage reporting to the library community. This is an important milestone in the development of usage reporting that meets the growing needs of the OA movement.
De Gruyter is pleased to announce its global strategic partnership in eBook distribution with Central European University Press (CEUP). De Gruyter will host and distribute the press’s entire publishing portfolio through degruyter.com, close to 500 frontlist, backlist and archive titles. Around 100 previously unavailable archive titles will be digitized as eBooks by De Gruyter.
A new white paper published today from Springer Nature builds on the growing body of evidence that shows that Gold open access (OA) is best for authors and researchers.
In concert with Open Access Week, the Public Library of Science (PLOS) is pleased to announce an agreement with NorthEast Research Libraries (NERL) and the Center for Research Libraries (CRL) to participate in PLOS’ three innovative publishing models. This three-year agreement provides researchers from NERL and CRL affiliated institutions with unlimited publishing privileges in PLOS journals without incurring fees. NERL and CRL combined have more than 200 Members.
STM (the Association of Scientific, Technical and Medical Publishers) has today published the latest edition of ‘The STM Report’, the organization’s comprehensive overview of the scientific and scholarly publishing market. The revised report, which adopts a new supplement format to be issued in regular thematic updates, reveals significant publisher-driven growth in Open Access (OA) and continued dynamism in the scholarly communication ecosystem.
Oxford University Press is marking International Open Access Week with a series of activities exploring the idea that a more open world should work for everyone. Find out more on our Celebrating OA Week announcement and check out the first of our blog posts for this week, looking at OUP and the open research landscape.
Following the success of our first two-year Read & Publish agreement with Jisc, we are delighted to announce that we have signed a new three-year agreement from 1 January 2022 – 31 December 2024.