Shifts in the academic publishing industry have serious implications for #highered institutions and their control of data about students, faculty, research outputs, and beyond. Read our Landscape Analysis to learn more. #OpenData #OER #OpenAccess
You need to read SPARC's Landscape Analysis of the publishing arena - such a great resource for everyone working (or wanting to work) in Libraries via
The & merger raises critical questions #HigherEd needs to face over control of teaching and learning infrastructure. Our landscape analysis lays out some of the key issues.
Want to understand what commercial publishers are trying to do with data on your campus?
REPORT - SPARC Landscape Analysis: The Changing Academic Publishing Industry –Implications for Academic Institutions by
We are at a critical juncture in making thoughtful decisions about who ultimately controls the research and education process on our campuses. Get up to speed with our free resource.
The Landscape Analysis is a tremendous resource for any library worker/student trying to get a handle on the market forces at work in the research lifecycle. via
Interesting HiEd Landscape Analysis covering course materials: via
SPARC Landscape Analysis via #scholarlypublishing #openaccess #academicpublishing
lots of interesting stuff in my feed today. check it out: EUA OA survey results SPARK Landscape analysis
Everyone who's talking about big deals & schol publishing should read this (thanks )!
Very powerful Landscape Analysis from SPARC outlining the key strategies and drivers for big commercial players in the scholarly comms field. Controlling access to content is going to be chicken feed compared to what they have planned…
The landscape analysis The Changing Academic Publishing Industry – Implications for Academic Institutions (well worth a read) reports that Elsevier had in 2017 the lowest per-article revenue of three major commercial publishers.
HOLY CRAP HERE’S ASPESI! He’s analyzing for SPARC! Oh, this should be fun. Pass the popcorn.
Another #MustRead for #OA #Plan_S #ScholComms #publishing - the 2019 Landscape Analysis "commissioned in response to the growing trend of commercial acquisition of critical infrastructure in our institutions"
If you’re in the session on ’s infrastructure work at #cni19s (or if you couldn’t make it), make sure to check out the public version of our landscape analysis
If you are interested in details of the Landscape Analysis, I’ll be talking about it Monday at #cni19s...come join the conversation!
Nice to see that SPARC has made a version of this landscape analysis available publicly: The Changing Academic Publishing Industry – Implications for Academic Institutions via
"We are at a critical juncture where there is a pressing need for the academic community – individually and collectively – to make thoughtful and deliberate decisions about what and whom to support—and under what terms and conditions." - #OA
READ: The 2019 Landscape Analysis "report was commissioned in response to the growing trend of commercial acquisition of critical infrastructure in our institutions"
An excellent report from on the publishing landscape. The textbook section matches our research here in the UK and the drivers for our new approach to textbooks
SPARC (the Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition) Landscape Analysis /
Essential reading: SPARC Landscape Analysis - SPARC
SPARC Landscape Analysis [It's good to see the expertise of Claudio Aspesi being deployed in this report]
Q from audience at #DIS2019 about what to do about Elsevier’s evolution to focus more on full research lifecycle + data analytics. shares those concerns & points to ’s Landscape Analysis. If you haven’t read it yet, you can find it here
SPARC has released a landscape analysis "intended to provide a comprehensive look at the current players in this arena, their strategies and potential actions, and the implications of these on the operations of our libraries and home institutions.