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All Michigan State University articles published with De Gruyter are to be open access.
Project MUSE has announced that content from all of the journals joining the collections in 2020 is now available of the Project MUSE plaform.
'Communications Materials' and 'Communications Earth & Environment' are joining Springer Nature’s portfolio of open access journals.
Berghahn Books will publishing thirteen core anthropology journals as open access starting with their 2020 volumes under the subscribe-to-open model (S2O). 
All journals and books in the Materials Research Society portfolio will be published in partnership with Springer Nature from January 2021.
UKB, a consortium of university libraries in the Netherlands, and De Gruyter have signed an agreement to provide default open access publishing in 305 hybrid journals to nine Dutch universities.
The Company of Biologists and MALMAD, an Israeli consortia of leading universities, have announced a three-year transitional OA agreement from January 2020.
Karger Publishers has flipped five journals to open access and concluded transformative agreements in the Czech Republic, Germany, and Switzerland.
The complete digital archive of international literary journal, 'Brick', dating back to 1977, has been created in partnership with Exact Editions.
The January 2020 issue of 'Learned Publishing' is now online.