CCC is pleased to once again be participating in and speaking at The Charleston Conference, the annual gathering in Charleston, SC of publishers, librarians, electronic resource managers, consultants, and many others.
The recent OSTP memo calling for zero embargo public access policies for articles resulting from research funded by US Federal agencies will increase the speed at which publishers commit to an Open Access (OA) future.
CCC has launched a new automated, data-driven tool designed to improve content providers’ ability to generate the clean, actionable information required to craft agreements with research institutions and funders of open-access publishing.
Data is key to fueling the transition to Open Access publishing models, but it also presents some of the largest challenges. In the first part of a 3-part series, Herman Mentink takes a look at some of the data challenges publishers face in this transition.
ACS and CCC believe that with open dialogue and determination, we can replace previously unsolvable challenges with mutual benefits that create greater value for our institutions and the broader scholarly community.