With the introduction of more Open Access (OA) mandates in recent years, including Plan S, time is of the essence to pilot new OA journal models and find ways to streamline publishing operations to meet the latest digital content standards sustainably. But in the changing research landscape, trying to figure out the best starting points for OA initiatives and then map out journal trajectories is becoming more challenging.
How are small and medium publishers working to develop OA journal strategies in the face of so many unknowns? This recorded panel session from the 2021 SSP conference explores this question, spanning:
Assistant Director of Editorial Services
American Chemical Society
Erich van Rijn:
Director of Journals and Open Access
Head of Business Dev & Sales
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