Florida State is cancelling its Elsevier big deal, with unanimous support from the Faculty Senate.
My last day at FSU Library, and NOW they decide to cancel our Elsevier big deal... all info here.
And another Big Deal cancellation (Elsevier) with unanimous faculty support. When will libraries realize that subscriptions indeed are optional? #oa #openaccess
. are cancelling their Elsevier big deal: "With some of the savings, we will be able to acquire a variety of other materials that faculty have requested – requests we’ve had to deny because so much of our budget has been consumed by Elsevier."
Changes to FSU's Elsevier 2019 Subscriptions: The Florida State University Libraries, after long deliberation, are planning to cancel FSU's comprehensive “big deal” subscription to Elsevier journals. Learn More
"The Florida State University Libraries, after long deliberation, are planning to cancel FSU's comprehensive “big deal” subscription to Elsevier journals"
FSU Library cancels Elsevier big deal - So curious to learn how much money they save and where they direct it!
This demonstrates both the power of comparative metrics & the NDAs that stifle them: What moved FSU *faculty* to support partial cancellation of Elsevier subscriptions? FSU: just under $2M USF: ~$1.5M FIU: just over $1M UCF: < $1M
More than a chance - broke away from the statewide big-deal with Elsevier in December 2018. You can read more about the decision here
Florida State University to end "big deal" with Elsevier due to unsustainable costs:
Revolt against extortionate pricing by Elsevier comes to the U.S. as Florida State University cancels comprehensive subscription to Elsevier journals
After and many others now cancels the big deal (with ): . To be added to overview of big deal cancellations
"The Florida State University Libraries, after long deliberation, are planning to cancel FSU's comprehensive “big deal” subscription to Elsevier journals"
The Florida State University Libraries are planning to cancel FSU's comprehensive “big deal” subscription to Elsevier journals. HT
Cheering decision to cut their Big Deal package. Maybe someday ...
"The exceptionally high and ever-increasing cost of the Elsevier “big deal” has made it unsustainable. Florida State University currently pays just under $2 million a year, and the cost increases by at least 4% annually."
Changes to FSU’s Elsevier 2019 Subscriptions / Florida State University Libraries
Florida State Univ rejects #elsevier BigDeal . PMR: Yes, #megapub451 cause huge damage to State Universities wgo often can't afford a full range of journals (or textbooks) and so a crippled in giving modern education
Update from faculty senate: - FSU's Subscription Eliminations () have not limited FSU's ability to secure the publications it needs. - Elsevier is planning to visit FSU. - There are no known plans for Elsevier to change their position.