What do statements of support for UC reveal about open access publishing, institutional priorities, and the role of library-publisher contracts?
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Springer Nature is leading in the effort to preserve library subscriptions by syndicating its content and, in doing so, would establish ResearchGate as perhaps the foremost service for the distribution of scholarly content. Analysis by @lisalibrarian and @rschon.
ACRL’s latest report identifies needed areas of research to help foster a more open, inclusive and equitable scholarly communications system.
Will cost share allocations for transformative agreements threaten the cohesion of library consortia?
cOAlition S rebuffed recommendations for continuing hybrid and supporting sister journals. Springer Nature tries again with concept of the “Transformative Publisher.” Thoughts?
Read-and-publish? Publish-and-read? A primer on transformative agreements by @lisalibrarian.
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A pilot project representing the first significant experiment with the syndication of publisher content to a content supercontinent.
As we await the next communication from Coalition S, the largest publishers indicate that they will not abandon the hybrid pathway for open access.