Nationwide “Publish and Read” Agreements with Publishers : The German Projekt DEAL
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The Projekt DEAL is a consortium of German libraries, universities, and research institutions which started negotiations with the publisher Elsevier in 2016. DEAL wants to set up nationwide “publish and read” agreements with publishers. By paying a lump sum to cover publication costs, all papers authored by researchers from German institutions would be published open access. This new payment model would certainly have a global impact. Besides Elsevier, there are ongoing negotiations with the publishers SpringerNature and Wiley. We will explain the recent developments and open access initiatives, and discuss whether DEAL could be a model for other IAMSLIC libraries.
Suggested CitationArticle: Diehr, Olivia Karin, Heene, CHristian, "Nationwide “Publish and Read” Agreements with Publishers : The German Projekt DEAL", https://hdl.handle.net/1912/23814
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