cOAlition S Rights Retention Strategy aims to safeguard researchers’ intellectual ownership, enabling embargo-free sharing of research in online repositories.
From 2022, journals will need to follow cOAlition S price transparency requirements to get paid. Find out more about the frameworks and potential benefits here.
Following a public consultation, updated cOAlition S guidance relaxes the criteria for transformative journals, prompting commitments from further journals.
Find out more about the requirements cOAlition S plans to set for ‘transformative journals’.
Following the revised guidance on Plan S, Bernd Pulverer questions whether cOAlition S is making the most of the opportunity to push for open science.
Article processing charges are increasing, but a recent study finds that higher charges seem to attract rather than deter authors from submitting to open access journals.
ISMPP’s first white paper, ‘A multistakeholder discussion on open access and medical publishing’ is now available.
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A recent article from The Chronicle of Higher Education discusses the potential benefits associated with journals that are established by funding bodies.
Feedback on the implementation guidance for Plan S highlights key themes for consideration.
Many public funders have mandated open access to their research and support Plan S. Should pharmaceutical companies follow suit?
A recent blog for The Scholarly Kitchen suggests mergers, acquisitions, and new regulations are increasingly changing the state of scholarly communications.
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China has pledged its support for Plan S, an initiative striving to make the results of publicly funded research freely available immediately on publication.
While mirror journals have been proposed as an alternative to hybrid journals for open access publishing under Plans S, recent guidance indicates they may not be compliant.
In a recent opinion piece the traditional scientific publishing model is reviewed alongside recent efforts to change it.