Die TUHH Universitätsbibliothek bietet mit der Werkzeugkiste für Promovierende eine Reihe von Kurzworkshops an. Die Themen reichen von Kollaborieren über Literaturverwaltung bis hin zu Open Access und sind sehr gut dokumentiert.
The Max Planck Society has established a new open access agreement with the American Chemical Society which covers open access publishing of all accepted articles by submitting corresponding Max Planck authors in ACS journals that offer a Creative Commons Attribution license (CC-BY); under the agreement, the article processing charges will be paid centrally by the MPS.
The agreement also covers read access to the ACS “All Publications” Package and Chemical & Engineering News (C&EN).
To publish open access without having to pay Article Publication Charges (APCs), the following criteria must be met:
- The acceptance date of the article must be after Jan 1, 2019.
- The author must publish under the Max Planck affiliation which must also be stated in the published article.
- The author must be the submitting and corresponding author of the article.
- Authors must actually submit the article from their Max Planck e-mail address and be the one to communicate with ACS during the production process.
Please be advised that ACS uses the Copyright Clearance Center (CCC) for their workflow. If you don’t have an account, the library can order OA for your article.
The first issue of OSA Continuum has been published in September 2018. It is an open access journal published by the Optical Society of America. OSA Continuum welcomes contributions from the broad optics and photonics community and includes a transparent peer review option.
The cOAlition S has released an implementation guidance on Plan S. Eleven European research funding organizations published Plan S in September 2018. It defines ten principles for the transition by 2020 to open access.
The main roads for Plan S are:
- Publication in Open Access Journals or Platforms;
- Deposit of Versions of Record (VoR) or Author Accepted Manuscript (AAM) in Open Access repositories without embargo;
- Publication in ‘hybrid’ journals only under transformative agreements;
For the deposition of scholarly content in open access repositories: Preprint servers are not suffucient to be compliant.
The Max Planck Society established a new agreement with Oxford University Press (OUP) which includes an open access element. Max Planck authors are allowed to publish Open Access in selected OUP journals under a free Creative Commons Attribution license (CC-BY). The publication charges will be directly and fully funded by the MPS as of submission date January 1, 2019.
The following journals, among others, are part of the agreement: