First successful projects selected for funding through new open access community framework | Jisc

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Three OA publishing initiatives to be fully funded through 2022 pilot scheme that aims to boost smaller publishers and improve decision-making.  A new approach for supporting diversity in the open access (OA) marketplace, in which UK higher education institutions pledge to support publishers over a three-year period, has achieved funding targets for three initiatives.   The open access community framework (OACF) was announced in February 2022 and launched at the ‘Supporting community-based open research initiatives’ webinar in May.   It aimed to help small publishers reach a wider potential pool of supporters and to group funding requests to institutions to help their strategic decision-making and budget planning.  Eligibility was limited to publishers using the ‘diamond OA’ model, with no charges for subscriptions or article processing charges, that also operate on a not-for-profit basis.  


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Date tagged:

02/17/2023, 09:13

Date published:

02/17/2023, 04:13