The three-publisher program devised to elevate German open-access research publication reports that it expects a formal signing of a new accord within weeks.
The Projekt DEAL program inks its third major research-publishing agreement, as Elsevier signs a five-year transformative agreement.
With students accessing the system from 170 countries, Cambridge University Press & Assessment is ahead of its anticipated schedule.
The new three-year transformative agreement for IEEE and Spain’s ‘CRUE’ universities is available to researchers wanting open access.
The Polish Biochemical Society has agreed to have Lausanne’s Frontiers begin publishing its journal ‘Acta Biochimica Polonica’ in August.
Springer Nature’s ‘progress report’ on open access and more outlines strides amid challenges in a complex, competitive sector.
In its analysis of transformative-journal program progress in 2022, Plan S sees the open-access transition moving more slowly than hoped.
Citing especially high growth in history journals, Taylor & Francis reports strong open-access gains in the humanities and social sciences.
Cambridge University Press reports that 400 of its journals offer open-access options to publishers; 66 with fully open access and 340 hybrid.
The Tulane-Elsevier transformative agreement provides support for open-access publishing and ‘ScienceDirect’ access.