An initial discussion document from the project funded by and and supported by ALPSP, looking at how learned societies can adapt and thrive in a #Plan_S world. Society Publishers Accelerating Open access and Plan S (SPA-OPS) project
Learned Society Publishers, it's not too late to let us know your views on approaches to accelerating #OA and aligning w/ Plan S - a & funded study in assoc w/ . Thank you to the 93 Society publishers who have responded!
Scholarly / Learned Societies - if you are serious about shifting to open access (& #PlanS) read & respond to this discussion document from a project supported by , and There are opportunities as well as challenges
Towards transition strategies and business models for Society Publishers who wish to accelerate Open Access and Plan S via #HigherEd
So very happy! A society publisher in the US has just been in touch to say they will be using our discussion paper and survey as the basis for committee discussion and consensus building. Society Publishers Accelerating #OA and Plan S
Excellent paper on scenario’s to flip society journals to #openaccess and become #plan_S compliant by and funded by and d
Why we are where we are - from Infopower’s useful consultancy on transitioning society pubs to #OA: (1/N) “Rather than deploying hybrid journals to help drive a quick and orderly transition to full OA in a way perceived as fair and sustainable
44 responses from Society publishers to the #OA transition model survey - keep 'em coming. 35% are self-publishing. Most are in the UK or US, but we also have responses from Belgium, China, France, Hong Kong, Sweden, & Switzerland. Where are you, Germany?
#Plan_S &Learned Societies - a really thorough & thoughtful piece by & on where we are now, & some of the challenges we face in the transition to #OA Read. Digest. Then take the survey. Funded by
There are loads of immediate #OA models that do not require authors to pay APCs, but rather too little awareness of these. We've outlined many in the discussion document for the Society Publishers Accelerating OA and Plan S project: Message 3/3
#elpub2019 the term bibliodiversity is new to me and relevant to the Society Publishers Accelerating Open access and Plan S project for & Our consultation doc has an overview of many #OA business/transition models
Seemingly no mention or link to the SPA-OPS consultation for learned societies either? Astonishing.
This is a really excellent document and is preparatory to the publication of a final report in July. That will give societies just five months to consider the recommendations and become Plan S compliant. How realistic is that?
#uksg2019 referring to the Information Power consultation #plan_S
For commenting on discussion document of the commisioned project by Information Power ( ) to explore strategies for society publishers to move to OA - can use for open annotation
Plan S "long reads": After 's "Plan S footprint" now the SPA-OPS discussion doc on societies by Information Power and the white paper with assessment of 14 options for publishers
@7homaslin There are also multiple models to transition to OA, including Publish-and-Read deals with institutions or consortia, SCOAP3, a Library-and-Funder model (see () and a number of other options currently explored for societies:
INVITATION: for society publishers to spend some time reflecting on a discussion paper on potential strategies and business models to successfully transition to OA and align with Plan S and then completing a short survey
Seriously? No mention or link to SPA-OPS? No mention of the ease of implementation of a zero-day embargo It would seem to me that you are trying to paint a very particular picture & spread needless panic. FUD
discussion paper on OA business models for learned society publishers UKRI, Wellcome & ALPSP plan S project
One of our recommended #Plan_S resources your society should check out: "Society Publishers Accelerating Open Access and Plan S" a project commissioned by , and
Towards transition strategies and business models for Society Publishers who wish to accelerate Open Access and Plan S: An initial discussion document from the Society Publishers Accelerating Open access and Plan S (SPA-OPS) project
Towards transition strategies and business models for Society Publishers who wish to accelerate Open Access and Plan S An initial discussion document from the Society Publishers Accelerating Open access and Plan S (SPA-OPS) project
This reports a planned "California Digital Library pilot transformative agreement" experiment in 2019. Anyone know more than what is described here? (section 4.1.4)