SCONUL response to Jisc Critical Review of Transitional agreements.pdf

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"SCONUL welcomes this timely and comprehensive report from Jisc on Transitional Agreements. SCONUL is in agreement with the findings that although there have been a number of positives from this shift in publishing, such as cost savings from previous subscription spend in many cases and increased open access publishing with little ‘grit’ for end users, we also agree that there have been a number of unintended consequences, including a reduction in green open access, an increased reliance on the UKRI block grant to pay for these deals, lack of transparency over costs, slow transition rates and low ‘flipping’ of hybrid titles and no real change to author behaviour...."


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Date tagged:

03/19/2024, 11:57

Date published:

03/19/2024, 10:51