From , after his library at cancelled all its journals: The library saved about half its budget, satisfies all patron requests through ILL or pay-per-view fees, and has money left over to renovate facilities.
Researchers have been left without access to new papers as libraries and Elsevier fail to agree on subscription deals.
Thousands of scientists run up against Elsevier’s paywall
Thousands of scientists run up against Elsevier’s paywall
Thousands of scientists run up against Elsevier’s paywall Libraries in GE and SW say they have not yet encountered any insurmountable problems and, if anything, they are saving money while still providing any requested papers since Elsevier cut them off.
OPEN: German and Swedish librarians continue to deliver articles on demand through new transitional collaborative models but without subscriptions by all in their sectors
Anybody who, in this day and age, still hits the paywalls of the big publishers and doesn't use the many alternative ways to access, is either incompetent or not really interested enough in access. In both cases, they apparently don't need access. #oa
Thousands of scientists run up against Elsevier’s paywall. Interview with Philipp Kanske and the others.
#Scientists in academic institutions run up against publisher #paywalls. On-demand access to #scientific #literature can bridge the gap and and mend the fence.
HITTING THE WALL: Thousands of scientists run up against Elsevier’s paywall via #OpenAccess #OA
Thousands of scientists run up against Elsevier’s paywall
STORY: Thousands of scientists run up against Elsevier’s paywall
Wondered when we might see some of these stats released. That's a lot of turn aways each day! Now, data on whether submission of manuscripts to ELS journals are/ aren't dropping?
Thousands of scientists run up against Elsevier’s paywall
#scihub Thousands of scientists run up against Elsevier’s paywall Researchers have been left without access to new papers as libraries and the major publisher fail to agree on subscription deals.
“Thousands of scientists run up against Elsevier’s paywall” —mathematicians, philosophers too and the world’s intellectuals generally.
Thousands of scientists run up against Elsevier’s paywall
Thousands of scientists run up against Elsevier's paywall - Nature via thanks
Researchers at German institutions that have let their Elsevier subscriptions lapse while negotiating a new deal are hitting the paywall for the publisher’s most recent articles around 10,000 times a day #PlanS
“Meanwhile, libraries in Germany and Sweden say that they have not yet encountered any insurmountable problems — and, if anything, they are saving money while still providing any requested papers since Elsevier cut them off.” #openaccess
Access is a moral imperative and won’t be stopped by corporate overlords. “Heiko Herwald, an infectious-diseases researcher, says that Elsevier is an important publisher in the medical field, so the cut-off has significantly restricted his work”
Thousands of scientists run up against Elsevier’s paywall. Researchers have been left without access to new papers as libraries and the major publisher fail to agree on subscription deals.
Thousands of scientists run up against Elsevier’s paywall
Thousands of scientists run up against Elsevier’s paywall [but it's generally still not a real problem]
Is this still the situation? "But most of these article requests are fulfilled within a working day by one of the ten German institutions that do still have a subscription to Elsevier, Mittermaier says."
I don't know whether that is right or wrong. It seems to depend on whom you talk to
Somehow I missed this piece earlier this year on the impact of Elsevier cancellations in Europe.
Thousands of scientists run up against Elsevier’s paywall
Thousands of scientists run up against ’s paywall. has interviewed me and many others to understand how the long negotiations between libraries and publishers affects our work #OpenScience