Together with the Association for Learned and Professional Publishing (ALPSP), Copyright Clearance Center is excited to share the Spring 2018 edition of the “Open Access Must-Reads” series – a thoughtfully curated selection of important articles from the past few months that expound upon “can’t miss” developments in the world of Open Access.
With topics ranging from metadata to OA to computer-assisted mining in scholarly publishing, the CCC team picks their favorite sessions at this year’s 40th SSP Meeting in Chicago.
Industry experts discuss the need for improved handling of crucial metadata throughout the scholarly workflow.
Copyright Clearance Center hosted an expert panel discussion, “Collaboration & Community: The Transition to Open Access,” at The London Book Fair, assessing the state of OA today.
Most respondents to the Springer Nature survey said the move to all future scholarly articles being made accessible via open access was only just a matter of time, with two-thirds hopeful it could happen within 10 years.
With a few simple steps, you can better support an open access ecosystem: collaborate with institutions; scale APC billing processes; apply data standards.
CCC’s Jake Kelleher and Jennifer Goodrich share their “can’t-miss” sessions at Researcher to Reader, a forum for publishers and technology providers.