Enabling smaller independent publishers to participate in Open Access transformative arrangements
Keywords:Open Access, Transformative Agreements, Model Lincense, Workflows
Independent Society Publishers and Academic Publishers would like to enable Open Access transformative agreements, but find it difficult to do this at scale, especially when each library consortia requires different licence agreements, data and workflows. This project is to create shared principles, a model licence, a data template and minimum workflows, so that small publishers, libraries and library consortia can then use them to more easily conclude Open Access agreements.
- 2021-10-19 (2)
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