Open access introduces new challengesto authors, institutions and publishers –do intermediaries have a role to play?April ...
“There is no concensus on the potentialvalue of the use of intermediaries as ameans of addressing these problems.Source: T...
“A key assumption we found among manyuniversities is that the fees charged for theservice would be minimal.Source: The Pot...
“OA publishing accounts for 2% of amarket that grows by more than 4% everyyear. That is not exactly a revolution is it?Sou...
“The current volumes of APC transactionsfor individual universities are as yetrelatively low.Source: The Potential Role fo...
“Arrangements to meet the costs of APC’sfor open access publishing tend to be adhoc and unsystematic.”Source: Finch Group ...
“The library community seems to be quitemixed over the question whether it shouldbe the role of the library to manage theA...
“Publishers express some caution about thepotential for using intermediaries.Source: The Potential Role for Intermediaries...
“Open access publishing is here to stay, butits evolution and ability to overtakeexisting subscription models remains anop...
“Open access publishing is here to stay, butits evolution and ability to overtakeexisting subscription models remains anop...
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  1. 1. Open access introduces new challengesto authors, institutions and publishers –do intermediaries have a role to play?April 2013Maxim van Gisbergen
  2. 2. “There is no concensus on the potentialvalue of the use of intermediaries as ameans of addressing these problems.Source: The Potential Role for Intermediaries in Managing the Payment of Open Access Article Processing Charges(APCs), Research Information Network CIC, October 2012
  3. 3. “A key assumption we found among manyuniversities is that the fees charged for theservice would be minimal.Source: The Potential Role for Intermediaries in Managing the Payment of Open Access Article Processing Charges(APCs), Research Information Network CIC, October 2012
  4. 4. “OA publishing accounts for 2% of amarket that grows by more than 4% everyyear. That is not exactly a revolution is it?Source: Interview with Derk Haank, CEO Springer
  5. 5. “The current volumes of APC transactionsfor individual universities are as yetrelatively low.Source: The Potential Role for Intermediaries in Managing the Payment of Open Access Article Processing Charges(APCs), Research Information Network CIC, October 2012
  6. 6. “Arrangements to meet the costs of APC’sfor open access publishing tend to be adhoc and unsystematic.”Source: Finch Group Report, June 2012
  7. 7. “The library community seems to be quitemixed over the question whether it shouldbe the role of the library to manage theAPC transactions.Source: The Potential Role for Intermediaries in Managing the Payment of Open Access Article Processing Charges(APCs), Research Information Network CIC, October 2012
  8. 8. “Publishers express some caution about thepotential for using intermediaries.Source: The Potential Role for Intermediaries in Managing the Payment of Open Access Article Processing Charges(APCs), Research Information Network CIC, October 2012
  9. 9. “Open access publishing is here to stay, butits evolution and ability to overtakeexisting subscription models remains anopen question.Source: Open Access: Market Size, Share, Forecast, and Trends, Outsell report, January 31, 2013
  10. 10. “Open access publishing is here to stay, butits evolution and ability to overtakeexisting subscription models remains anopen question.Source: Open Access: Market Size, Share, Forecast, and Trends, Outsell report, January 31, 2013
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