In this webinar we provided an update on our progress to CAP goals, welcomed new community members, and answered questions the library community had on this new collective action model.
Partner with us to change the publishing landscape and make Open Access more accessible to all.
PLOS and Yale University Announce Publishing Agreement
Yale University posted the following announcement on its website on February 23, 2021 Yale University Library has signed two innovative agreements…
Reduced, predictable fee structure
Our partnership models reduce the administrative overhead of managing APCs. Whether you choose monthly billing, flat fees, or community action publishing, PLOS partner fees are transparent, consistent, and predictable.
Smoother path to Open Access for authors
Institutional support for authors eliminates the time researchers spend administering the payment workflow themselves. PLOS works with your institution to ensure your authors are aware of agreements that enable them to publish with no fees or reduced transaction charges.
Custom reports and publishing insights
Take a deeper dive into your publication needs with our custom reporting options. Use our native tools to dig deeper into submissions, publications, funding and data sources for your authors. Plus, we’re partnering with vendors like COUNTER and LibLynx to provide the same level of usage detail you’d find with a subscription publisher.
Automatic funder compliance
All PLOS journals have been fully Open Access from the very beginning. Our commitment to make everything we publish immediately available for anyone to share and reuse without restrictions naturally complies with major OA funder requirements including the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, Wellcome, Plan S, and UK Ref. We’re also a participant in the PLAN S Price Transparency Framework
Shape the future of Open Access
Help us increase the accessibility of Open Access and shape best publishing practices from your perspective. As our partners, your feedback in shaping new business models is key to our success. Consider participating in our library advisory forum and collaborative research projects to shape the future of PLOS institutional collaboration.