Plan S – A major shift for Open Access in Europe - Research Libraries UK

peter.suber's bookmarks 2018-09-06


"There are at least three radical aspects of Plan S: authors are being required to retain copyright and to publish under an open licence (preferably CC-BY); the funding of OA APCs (where applicable) will be standardised and capped across Europe (and I assume this means a per paper cap); and the ‘hybrid’ model is not compliant....

Of specific interest to the UK is the fact that our main research funder, UKRI, is included as one of the signatories.  Earlier this year, UKRI announced a review of their OA policy and we are expecting that to start later this year or early next.  However, they are now a member of this coalition and have signed up to Plan S.  It would appear clear that, at the very least, UKRI is signalling an intended direction of travel...."


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Date tagged:

09/06/2018, 16:20

Date published:

09/06/2018, 12:20