Green OA: publishers and journals allowing zero embargo and CC-BY
« We witness increased interest in the role of green open access and how it can contribute to the goals of open science. This interest focuses on immediacy (reducing or eliminating embargoes) and usage rights (through open licenses), as these can contribute to wider and faster dissemination, reuse and collaboration in science and scholarship.
On July 15 2020, cOAlition S announced their Rights Retention Strategy, providing authors with the right to share the accepted manuscript (AAM) of their research articles with an open license and without embargo, as one of the ways to comply with Plan S requirements. (…) »
source > 101innovations.wordpress.com, Jeroen Bosman, Bianca Kramer, 16 juillet 2020