OBP to Take a Leading Role in £2.2 Million Project to Develop Open Access Book Publishing

peter.suber's bookmarks 2020-01-10

Summary:

"On 14th June, Research England announced the award of a £2.2 million grant to the COPIM (Community-led Open Publication Infrastructures for Monographs) project, which is designed to build much-needed community-controlled, open systems and infrastructures that will develop and strengthen open access book publishing. As a founder member of ScholarLed, one of the COPIM partners, we will be taking a key role in this project and our co-Director Rupert Gatti will be leading work packages on the dissemination and archiving of open access scholarly books. (For more details about the COPIM project and the aims of the various interlinked work packages, see the ScholarLed statement released on 17th June, or the ScholarLed website, which lays out the Work Packages in detail.)..."

Link:

https://blogs.openbookpublishers.com/obp-copim-announcement/

Updated:

01/10/2020, 08:57

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Tags:

oa.obp oa.infrastructure oa.copim oa.books oa.academic_led oa.business_models oa.platforms oa.hirmeos oa.coko

Date tagged:

01/10/2020, 13:56

Date published:

06/20/2019, 09:57