Open access publishing should be the default

« (…) This month, 157 UK universities started negotiations with Elsevier, the world’s largest academic publisher. In these negotiations, universities, on behalf of their researchers and students, have two core objectives: to reduce costs to levels they can sustain, and to provide full and immediate open access to UK research.

One of the main channels through which the increase in open access to UK research is being achieved is through transitional open access agreements. (…) »

source >, Chris Banks, 22 mars 2021