Open Access Agreement

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If your institution has a transformation agreement, you can publish your Open Access article with your fees in more than 1850 Springer magazines. You also have access to all the contents of the Springer subscription magazine. Springer Nature is committed to accelerating the deployment of open access publishing and open research. Early and rapid access to research results is fundamental to the advancement of science and discovery. Discover here our current open access agreements, find out if you have the right and how to access the funds. Corresponding authors from institutions participating in the Bibsam consortium can now publish Open Access in Taylor & Francis Open Select (hybrid) journals without having to pay an APC. Learn more about the Bibsam agreement, including the types of items that are qualified and which institutions are covered. Authors based at Canadian Research Knowledge Network (CRKN) institutions can get a discount of at least 25% to publish Open Access research articles in Taylor & Routledge`s Open Select (Hybrid) journals. The publishing house also said the agreement « is unlikely to be suitable for all funders and consortia » and that it develops « other open access options » for authors around the world for work submitted from January 2021; Information on this will be announced later this year, it was said. In June, Springer Nature signed a major open access contract with the University of California (UC) system, which did not cover its family of Nature magazines. But the publishing house has promised to study open access publications in these magazines for UC`s corresponding authors to start in 2022. All of Wiley`s fully open access magazines and most* of Wiley`s subscription newspapers with the OnlineOpen option publish open access articles under a Creative Commons license. With Creative Commons licenses, the author retains the copyright and the public can reuse the content.

They grant Wiley a license to publish the article and identify it as the original publisher. Most magazines* in our Open Access program offer one or more out of three license types. The selected license type is indicated in the open access agreement. Your institution may also have an Open Access Prepaid Account (OAPA) with SAGE to cover APIs, or you may be entitled to a discount due to your institutional affiliation. The MPDL agreement is « a good step, but we see a need for further progress, » says Jeff MacKie-Mason, an economist and academic librarian at UC Berkeley, co-chair of the UC Editors` Negotiating Team. « We understand that the production model costs more for Nature, but the science publishing industry needs to change the way it chooses and publishes the most prestigious papers to be sustainable for authors and their institutions. » This « Read & Publish » agreement with the Qatar National Library means that all articles published in 2019 and 2020 with a corresponding author in a Qatari institution are eligible for open access publication. . . .