Karger Publishers has signed a publish and read agreement with Jisc, the not-for-profit technology provider of research and education which negotiates with publishers on behalf of UK universities.
Jisc, the not for profit for research and education, is today launching a toolkit that will help new university presses to find sustainable ways to publish open access.
The report explores how implementing Agile project management methodologies can help journal publishers respond to change factors — from the COVID-19 pandemic to new OA policies — and find ways to make research more accessible and sustainable in the process. It features first-hand case studies from publishers using Agile methodologies to pilot new OA journal models and rapid peer review initiatives.
The MIT Press announced today the launch of MIT Open Publishing Services, a scholar-focused, MIT-branded hosting and publishing services operation.
Elsevier and the Kooperation E-Medien Österreich (KEMÖ) / The Austrian Academic Library Consortium, including the Austrian Science Fund (FWF), have agreed on a three-year pilot to support continued reading and open access (OA) publishing for Austrian researchers.
We are delighted to announce that Emerald Publishing has signed its first transformative open access agreement with the Bibsam Consortium.
Elsevier, a global leader in research publishing and information analytics, and the University of California (UC) have signed a ground-breaking memorandum of understanding to support open access (OA) publishing across the 10-campus UC system.
Springer Nature strengthens its position in conference proceedings and driving OA publishing with purchase...
Springer Nature has acquired Atlantis Press, an open access (OA) publisher specialising in conference proceedings and journal publishing, founded in 2006 in Paris. Containing more than 1,200 conference proceedings, the Atlantis Press portfolio is a valuable addition to Springer Nature’s book portfolio.
In a major step forwards for open access publishing in the United States, the Royal Society has signed a three-year transformative pilot agreement with the University of California (UC) to support open access publishing in all Royal Society journals.
New transformative Open Access agreement between The Company of Biologists and University of California
he Company of Biologists is delighted to announce a three-year Open Access agreement with the University of California (UC). This new cost-neutral transformative agreement – which runs from 1 January 2021 to 31 December 2023 – covers Open Access publishing in The Company of Biologists’ three hybrid journals.
Publishers can now register for the 73rd Frankfurter Buchmesse (20–24 October 2021). Dedicated to the topic “re:connect”, this year’s book fair is planned as an in-person event with additional digital formats, and can be flexibly adapted to pandemic-related developments.
The partners involved in the “Accord national open access en France” (National Open Access Agreement in France) are pleased to announce that the agreement is exceeding their expectations when judged against key targets.