Global Open Access Initiative, SCOAP3, Drives Dramatic Increase in Reach and Readership of Taylor...
Last year, more people in more places read a range of Taylor & Francis high-energy physics books thanks to an innovative crowd-funded open access (OA) initiative. Taylor & Francis has confirmed it will continue to be part of SCOAP3 for Books, as the scheme moves from its pilot phase to an ongoing program of making new eBook releases available to everyone.
Wiley Extends Partnership with Perlego to Offer Students Access to Digital Books
Wiley has extended its partnership with online library Perlego to offer higher education students around the world access to digital books. The partnership, which began in 2019, will extend for four years, through February 2027.
New Read & Publish agreement between The Company of Biologists and the JULAC Consortium,...
Corresponding authors at participating JULAC institutions in Hong Kong can publish an uncapped number of research articles immediately Open Access (OA) in our hybrid journals (Development, Journal of Cell Science and Journal of Experimental Biology) plus our fully Open Access journals (Disease Models & Mechanisms and Biology Open) without paying an article processing charge (APC).
Innovative new open access agreement signed between PALCI and ACS Publications
PALCI (Partnership for Academic Library Collaboration and Innovation) and ACS Publications are excited to announce the signing of a new open access agreement that provides participating members with full financial support for open access publication in all ACS journals, as well as complete access to ACS Publications’ journal content through the end of 2025.
IOP Publishing and SANLiC partner to minimise OA publishing barriers in South Africa
IOP Publishing, and the South African National Library and Information Consortium (SANLiC) have finalised a three-year transformative agreement as they work towards breaking down open access (OA) publishing barriers for researchers in the global south.
Medieval Institute Publications and De Gruyter extend partnership
Academic publishing house De Gruyter and Medieval Institute Publications (MIP) are extending their existing partnership. Moving forward, De Gruyter will distribute eBook versions of MIP’s entire backlist of over 150 titles and 9 book series via degruyter.com as part of their publisher partner program.
ResearchGate and Sage announce partnership
ResearchGate, the professional network for researchers, and Sage, a global academic publisher of books, journals, and a growing suite of library products and services, have today announced a partnership that sees 47,000 articles from 48 of Sage’s open access journals being syndicated directly to ResearchGate.
Increasing access to open access books: SPARC Europe joins Open Book Futures (OBF) project
We are pleased to announce our participation in the recently launched Open Book Futures (OBF) project, funded by Arcadia and the Research England Development (RED) Fund. Open Access (OA) publishing has transformed how scholars and the wider public access academic content. However, despite the many benefits of OA, the number of OA books published each year is still relatively low compared to OA journal articles.
Biochemical Society opens EDI Survey 2023
The principles of equality, diversity, and inclusion (EDI) are central to the Biochemical Society's activities and we're pleased to open this year's EDI Survey, which is designed to help us better understand our community and inform our working practices.
Oxford University Press and CzechELib sign read and publish agreement
Oxford University Press (OUP) and the Czech National Library of Technology (CzechELib), via Albertina icome Praha s.r.o, have reached a three-year nationwide read and publish agreement. Under the new agreement, researchers at CzechELib‘s member institutions can access high-quality research content from OUP’s full journals collection and publish their work open access.
New Read & Publish Open Access agreement between The Company of Biologists and the...
Corresponding authors at participating IISER institutions in India can publish an uncapped number of research articles immediately Open Access (OA) in our hybrid journals (Development, Journal of Cell Science and Journal of Experimental Biology) plus our fully Open Access journals (Disease Models & Mechanisms and Biology Open) without paying an article processing charge (APC).
Taylor & Francis Joins the Business for Societal Impact Network
Taylor & Francis has signaled its ongoing commitment to making a positive difference to communities around the world, by joining the Business for Societal Impact (B4SI) Network, a forum that helps organizations effectively measure and manage their social impact.