Jisc Collections and De Gruyter have signed an agreement that provides for standard open-access publications in De Gruyter magazines for all authors of the participating institutions, as well as access to the entire de Gruyter eJournal collection. “Karger is open to other innovative agreements with unionized partners to increase the share of OA content worldwide,” said Gabriella Karger, President and Publisher. What is not covered by this agreement? Below are cases where content cannot be allowed in accordance with the STM guidelines. The agreement between the Karger publishing house and the Swiss consortium is particularly gratifying, because for the first time in two years, the number of higher education institutions that showed interest was so large. In addition to the universities of Basel and Lausanne, the University of Zurich and the University of Svizzera Italiana de Lugano have also chosen this offer. The agreement will help to increase open access articles written by UK-based researchers in De Gruyter journals. He replaces a previous three-year contract between Jisc and De Gruyter with publications that are open access by institution. The new agreement includes a single reading and publication fee as well as a Group Article Processing Charge (APC) premium and meets Jisc`s requirements for existing agreements to be transformed and fully in line with UK donor policy. Our publication agreement with you requires that you must obtain written permission to reproduce content in your article, especially image content, if it is in the possession of a third party and is copyrighted.
You should also confirm and assign third parties in your article. If the content is not copyrighted, i.e. if it is accessible to the public, you must assign it correctly. The STM Privilege Guidelines are an agreement between STM Signatory Publishers that allows the free reuse of a small number and small amount of text from a signature publisher in a magazine article or e-book published by another DEF publisher. IOP Publishing (IOP) is a signatory to the guidelines. You can check if a publisher is a signatory and see the full terms and conditions on its website. “We are pleased that De Gruyter has signed an agreement with Jisc on open access to institutions. It is very encouraging to see that a publishing house that relies so much on the social sciences and the humanities is taking these positive steps to achieve the goals of community open access,” said Anna Vernon, Director of Licensing at Jisc. Wiley supports the legitimate transfer of research articles. Researchers can share on their websites and with students, colleagues, other professional working groups and their families and friends, subject to the embargo period set out in the copyright transfer agreement (usually 12 months), with students, colleagues, other professional working groups and their families and friends. Wiley has also recently implemented content-sharing technology that allows subscribers to share content with non-subscribers.
It is actually easy to share in a way that does not infringe copyright. Our interest is to make science accessible while preserving the principles of copyright. The agreement lasts three years between 2021 and 2023. Participating institutions are University College London, the University of Manchester, Durham University and others. All participating institutions have access to a dashboard to manage their accounts with detailed reporting functions.