The "Pure Publish" Agreement - The Scholarly Kitchen

leo_waaijers's bookmarks 2020-02-20


Whether subscription publishers flip their journals to open access by 2024, at which point “Coalition S funders will contribute to financing such deals,” or not, libraries are already pursuing pure publish agreements that enable scholars to publish in fully open access journals. Whether through full author subvention (as is the case with Stockholm University) or though a multi-payer model (as implemented by the University of California), pure publish agreements provide library support for publishing in fully open access journals and with fully open access publishers. How these pure publish agreements evolve in the coming years will be an important component of the development of sustainable business models for open access.


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Tags: oa.publishing oa.agreements oa.business_models oa.plan_s oa.libraries oa.offsets oa.fees

Date tagged:

02/20/2020, 08:29

Date published:

02/20/2020, 03:54