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FOAA recommendations on the Implementation of Plan S

The Fair Open Access Alliance (FOAA) enthusiastically welcomed and endorsed the bold proposal of cOAlition S to accelerate the transition to Open Access in Europe during the OASPA conference September 2018 in Vienna. FOAA has now also released extensive recommendations on the Implementation of Plan S, see https://www.fairopenaccess.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/10/Fair-Open-Access-Alliance-recommendations-Plan-S.pdf/. The recommendations call for clarifying terminology, for […]

The Fair Open Access Alliance (FOAA) on Plan S

Press release, September 19th 2018, COASPA – Vienna

The Fair Open Access Alliance (FOAA) enthusiastically welcomes and endorses the bold proposal of cOAlition S to accelerate the transition to Open Access in Europe.

The cOAlition S plan requires grantees to publish in compliant Open Access journals by 2020.

Public statement TTOA consortium

The TTOA Consortium is an initiative of the Fair Open Access Alliance (www.fairopenaccess.org) and includes ‘native’ open access publishers, traditional subscription-based publishers, and open access publishers that do not charge authors: PLOS, MDPI, De Gruyter, Open Edition, Copernicus Publications, Ubiquity Press, Brill, and OLH. In addition to these publishers, the following organizations are collaborating partners: […]

So did it work?

Danny Kingsley (2017), So did it work? Considering the impact of Finch 5 years on:  https://www.repository.cam.ac.uk/handle/1810/269913 Mark C. Wilson, Universities spend millions on accessing results of publicly funded research, December 12, 2017: https://theconversation.com/universities-spend-millions-on-accessing-results-of-publicly-funded-research-88392

Expanding Perspectives on Open Science

Martin Paul Eve, Saskia C.J. de Vries and Johan Rooryck, ‘Expanding Perspectives on Open Science: Communities, Cultures and Diversity in Concepts and Practices Proceedings of the 21st International Conference on Electronic Publishing’ page 118. Edited by Leslie Chan and Fernando Loizides, June 2017.