Publishers Respond to NSF Public Access Plan › Communication Breakdown 2015-04-01


"On March 18, the U.S. National Science Foundation announced the steps it will take to make federally-funded research publicly available. I had some questions regarding what this might mean for publishing companies and peer-reviewed journals. I reached out to some of the largest publishers of scholarly journals, and representatives from three of the publishers responded. The answers ranged from certainty that NSF’s plan would be easily implemented to uncertainty about what the plan would mean. I’m including all three responses below. My questions were the same for all of the publishers I contacted, and are included in the first set of responses below ..."


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Tags: oa.publishers oa.aaas oa.npg oa.elsevier oa.nsf oa.usa oa.funders oa.mandates oa.compliance oa.interviews oa.repositories oa.policies

Date tagged:

04/01/2015, 10:29

Date published:

04/01/2015, 06:29