An open peer review of “Few open access journals are Plan S compliant”: 3rd and final round

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Title: An open peer review of “Few open access journals are Plan S compliant”: 3rd and final round
Authors: Morrison, Heather
Date: 2019
Abstract: An open peer review of “Few open access journals are Plan S compliant”: third and final round by Dr. Heather Morrison, Associate Professor, University of Ottawa School of Information Studies, and Principal Investigator, Sustaining the Knowledge Commons, a SSHRC Insight Project. Copyright Dr. Heather Morrison, All Rights Reserved (explanation below).mThis article presents important research and merits publication; conclusions are basically sound and recommendations appear timely and sensible. One major substantive point of potential confusion remains. This confusion is evident is PlanS implementation guidance per se which states: “cOAlition S acknowledges that some publishers have established mirror journals with one part being subscription based and the other part being Open Access. Such journals are not compliant with Plan S unless they are a part of a transformative agreement since they de facto lead to charging for both access and publishing in the same way as a hybrid journal does. Funding for publishing in such journals will only be supported under a transformative agreement”. From: https://www.coalition-s.org/implementation/ It is not clear what PlanS is referring to here...
URL: https://www.mdpi.com/2304-6775/7/2/26
http://hdl.handle.net/10393/39053
CollectionSciences de l'information - Publications // Information Studies - Publications
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