Plan S and the History Journal Landscape: Royal Historical Society Guidance Paper

peter.suber's bookmarks 2019-11-07

Summary:

" What are the new contours of peer-reviewed journal publication for Humanities and Social Science disciplines following the establishment of cOAlition S in September 2018?

 How prepared are History journals and History researchers for the implementation of Plan S-aligned open access mandates in the UK?

 What are the potential implications for UK-based and international History journals of implementing (or choosing not to implement) Plan S-aligned open access policies?

 What is the evidence base that should inform UKRI’s consultations on open access? ..."

Link:

https://5hm1h4aktue2uejbs1hsqt31-wpengine.netdna-ssl.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/10/RHS_PlanS_Full_Report_Oct19_FINAL.pdf

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oa.new oa.plan_s oa.history oa.humanities oa.journals oa.objections oa.debates oa.uk oa.policies oa.mandates oa.ukri oa.ssh

Date tagged:

11/07/2019, 10:13

Date published:

11/07/2019, 05:13