Monitoring agreements with open access elements: why article-level metadata are important

« (…) This article uses the Knowledge Exchange (KE) and the Efficiency and Standards for Article Charges (ESAC) initiative recommendations as a check-list to assess what article-level metadata consortia request from publishers and what metadata publishers deliver to consortia. KE countries’ agreements with major publishers were analysed to assess how far consortia and publishers are from requesting and providing article-level metadata. The results from this research can be used as a benchmark to determine how major publishers were performing until early 2019 and prior to Plan S coming into effect in 2021. A recommendation is made that publishers use the article-level metadata check-list as a template to provide the metadata recommended by KE and ESAC. (…) »

source >, Marques, Mafalda, Saskia Woutersen-Windhouwer, and Arja Tuuliniemi. 2019, Insights 32 (1): 35. DOI: