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Eur 9500 APC rolled out across all Nature research journals, plus new experimental guided pilot introducing Editorial Assessment Charge
The OAPEN Foundation has launched a new open access (OA) books toolkit for researchers and academic book authors. The toolkit is a free-to-access, stakeholder-agnostic resource that aims to help authors better understand OA for books, increase trust in OA book publishing, provide reliable and easy-to-find answers to questions from authors, and to provide guidance on the process of publishing an OA book.
UKSG is proud to be a founder member of this DEI initiative which is now expanding its list of participants.
International agreement creates common vision aiming to maximise the quality and impact of research.
The committee is seeking feedback on its inaugural strategic plan, which covers the period from January 2023 to May 2025. Anyone with an interest in research integrity is invited to provide feedback, which will inform the committee’s next steps.
The National Action Plan outlines objectives and actions for the next chapter in Ireland’s transition towards open research. The plan was prepared by NORF and supports national strategic priorities for research and innovation under Impact 2030: Ireland’s Research and Innovation Strategy.
The launch of Health Open Research expands its remit to all researchers working in health, medicine, and social care and to other health research organisations, nationally and internationally.
New agreement will provide richer data on impact of research on driving innovation and action.
ResearchGate and the American Society for Microbiology (ASM) have announced a content syndication partnership that will see approximately 22,000 articles from 7 of ASM’s fully open access journals added to ResearchGate.
Following a successful free trial earlier this year in association with ANKOS (the Anatolian University Libraries consortium) which involved over 200 institutions this partnership aims to to expand the Read & Publish programme in Turkey.