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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.
ChronosHub is joining ACS as an independent subsidiary working alongside ACS Publications to enhance the publication experience for researchers.
Crossref have announced a long-term plan to deprecate the Open Funder Registry.
cOAlition S commissioned Information Power to explore how a globally fair pricing framework for academic publishing could be devised and implemented.
The Center for Scientific Integrity, the organisation behind the Retraction Watch blog and database, and Crossref announced today that the Retraction Watch database has been acquired by Crossref and made a public resource. An agreement between the two organisations will allow Retraction Watch to keep the data populated on an ongoing basis and always open, alongside publishers registering their retraction notices directly with Crossref.
Open Access publishing by Jisc Members grew by 432% over 3 years through a partnership between Jisc and Taylor & Francis, according to a new white paper.
The Association of University Presses (AUPresses) and Ithaka S+R today publish “Print Revenue and Open Access Monographs: A University Press Study.”
DataSalon’s cloud-based PaperStack service provides Oxford University Press with a complete reporting suite across multiple peer review submission systems.