Tagged: OA

The university press is back in vogue

The last few weeks have seen the spotlight fall uncharacteristically on the world of university presses. First, the Guardian published a tense mano-a-mano battle... Read more

Angry publishers debate OA monographs at IPG

Angry academic publishers held an emergency meeting at the IPG spring conference yesterday to debate the Higher Education Council for England's plan to demand that monographs be published... Read more

OA requirement for monographs will ‘benefit society’, says Hill

In a controversial presentation at last month’s University Press Redux Conference, Steven Hill, head of policy at the Higher Education Funding Council for England, confirmed that... Read more

CUP strengthens policy against 'double dipping'

Cambridge University Press has strengthened its policy to prevent both authors and subscribers being charged for Open Access journal content - so–called "double dipping." The... Read more

CUP extends OA at LBF

Cambridge University Press has boosted its Open Access (OA) programme to monographs, after launching a new service at the London Book Fair this week. The... Read more

New OA model for humanities

A new academic-led Open Access (OA) publisher focused on humanities research articles is to launch this summer, via an experimental business model.  The Open Library... Read more

Publishers 'need to standardise OA policies'

Publishers need to standardise their Open Access publishing policies to reduce confusion among authors, while steps such as aggregated billing for Article Processing Charges could... Read more

Open Access push in China for NPG

Macmillan Science & Education is capitalising on China’s heavy focus on research and development to push forward an ambitious programme of expansion in Open Access... Read more

OUP to launch neuroscience OA journal

Oxford University Press is launching a new Open Access journal, Neuroscience of Consciousness, in partnership with the Association for the Scientific Study of Consciousness (ASSC).... Read more

Librarians 'maintaining subscriptions despite OA'

Improved library budgets have mitigated an anticipated decline in journals subscriptions from the adoption of OA, according to US research and brokerage firm Bernstein Research.... Read more

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