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Plan S and the ultimate measure: Is it good for research? Campbell

Colleen Campbell, OpenAccess 2020
When launching the principles of Plan S last September, cOAlition S gave this motivation: “The subscription-based model of scientific publishing emerged at a certain point in the history of science, when research papers needed extensive typesetting, layout design, printing, and when hardcopies of journals needed to be distributed throughout the world. While moving from print to digital, the publishing process still needs services, but the distribution channels have been completely transformed. There is no valid reason to maintain any kind of subscription-based business model for scientific publishing in the digital world, where Open Access dissemination is maximising the impact, visibility, and efficiency of the whole research process.”While many stakeholders in scholarly communication welcomed the decisive move towards the realisation of full and immediate Open Access to scholarly publications by 2020, certainly not all of the 900+ feedback responses received by cOAlition S were positive. Many found the principles too restrictive, too fast. Publishers have been advised that they “may charge fair value for [services that help scientists to review, edit, disseminate, and interlink their work] in a transparent way”, but Society publishers, in particular, are concerned that a shift away from the subscription business model will inhibit their ability to fulfil their mission of the advancement of science. Researchers have been told they “must realise that they are doing a gross disservice to the institution of science if they continue to report their outcomes in publications that will be locked behind paywalls”, but some say that implementation of Plan S Principles in the current landscape will come with grave infringement of their academic freedom. And what of libraries? Has their role in the research process and scholarly communication been overlooked or empowered by Plan S? In this plenary session, key representatives from each of these stakeholder groups will share their authoritative perspectives on Plan S Implementation and its implications for research and the audience will be invited to participate in the discussion

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Plan S and the ultimate measure: Is it good for research? Campbell

  1. 1. Colleen Campbell Open Access 2020 Initiative │ Max Planck Digital Library UKSG 42nd Annual Conference 10 April 2019│Telford, UK Plan S and the ultimate measure: Is it good for research? @oa2020ini
  2. 2. @oa2020ini 1 Why Plan S? We all agree that open access is a good thing. It increases the visibility of our research, and it’s something the taxpayers deserve. „
  3. 3. @oa2020ini 2 Why Plan S? We are interested in using text-mining to learn from the scientific literature. OA articles can be more readily obtained, analyzed, and curated. Those which are part of traditional subscriptions cannot be readily studied in this way. „
  4. 4. @oa2020ini 3 Why Plan S? Every time a sensible person gets a simple explanation of the current system, the reaction is disbelief — that smart people have been doing this stupid thing for so long, and it’s been so, so expensive. „
  5. 5. @oa2020ini 4 Why Plan S? There is no valid reason to maintain any kind of subscription-based business model for scientific publishing in the digital world Marc Schiltz, Science Europe „
  6. 6. @oa2020ini 5 Reality of open access
  7. 7. @oa2020ini 6 Strategy for transformation
  8. 8. @oa2020ini 7 Strategy for transformation
  9. 9. @oa2020ini 8 Strategy for transformation
  10. 10. @oa2020ini 9 Strategy for transformation
  11. 11. @oa2020ini 10 Spending must shift away from paywalls toward open access publishing services Subscription system Open Access 7.6 Bn EUR cash flow
  12. 12. @oa2020ini 11 Open Access 2020: a global initiative to address publishers at eye level https://oa2020.org/b14-conference/final-statement/
  13. 13. @oa2020ini 12 Transformative agreements http://esac-initiative.org/
  14. 14. @oa2020ini 13 Cost-neutral transformation is possible “All German research articles in Wiley journals to be published open access under new transformative agreement” https://www.hrk.de/press/pr ess-releases/press- release/meldung/wiley-and- projekt-deal-partner-to- enhance-the-future-of- scholarly-research-and- publishing-in-germany/
  15. 15. @oa2020ini 14 Transformation is not just about APCs
  16. 16. @oa2020ini ESAC Transformative Agreement Registry http://esac-initiative.org/about/transformative-agreements/
  17. 17. @oa2020ini 16 It is not one country or policy that will effect transformation, but our alignment Transformative agreements From read access To open access
  18. 18. @oa2020ini 17 Thank you! Colleen Campbell Open Access 2020 Initiative Max Planck Digital Library campbell@mpdl.mpg.de @ColleenCampbe11 https://oa2020.org Participate in OA2020 Accelerate the transition
  19. 19. @oa2020ini Transformation strategy based on the 80/20 rule others Subscription publisher OA publisher transformation agreement
  20. 20. @oa2020ini Five of our top 20 publishers are OA publishers others Subscription publisher OA publisher transformation agreement
  21. 21. @oa2020ini In 2017 we had four transformative agreements in place others Subscription publisher OA publisher transformation agreement
  22. 22. @oa2020ini Today we are every closer to our goal of 100% open access others Subscription publisher OA publisher transformation agreement
  23. 23. @oa2020ini 22 Resources http://esac-initiative.org/ Transformative agreements (ESAC Initiative) Open Access 2020 Executive Summary https://oa2020.org/Executive-Summary.pdf Data on Article Processing Charges (OpenAPC Initiative) https://treemaps.intact-project.org/ Open Access 2020 Resources https://oa2020.org/learn_more/#gain Participate in the Open Access 2020 Community contact@oa2020.org

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