What are the benefits of Springer Nature’s Transformative Agreements?
In 2014, Springer Nature started its journey into open access. But what are the benefits of Transformative Agreements for librarians?
Exploring preference, value and accessibility of the Version of Record
In collaboration with ResearchGate, we conducted a study, to find out to what extent article version matters to researchers.
Norwegian consortium begins OA agreement with Springer Nature
During January 2020 Springer Nature has been undergoing an auditing process in order to become COUNTER 5 compliant. The first iteration of COUNTER 5 reports, including the master report and standard views are already available. At the moment we provide data from September onwards, which will be extended to data being available from January 2019 by end of Q2 2020.
And then there were 13: building the foundations for the transition to OA with Transformative Agreements
Through its wider commitment to the principles and drive for open science, Springer Nature continues to enable a sustainable transition to Open Access (OA) for all authors regardless of discipline, location or funding
Open Access and Open Science - Do you know the difference?
Springer Nature's Grace Baynes, VP Data and New Product Development, discusses the differences between Open Access and Open Science and explains how Springer Nature helps libraries make their data Findable, Accessible, Interoperable and Reusable.
From Smart Content to Smart Data: The Role of SN SciGraph in Open Research
SN SciGraph is the largest Linked Open Data aggregation platform in the scholarly domain. It makes data that is machine-readable, interoperable and re-usable freely available to the global community. Launched in February 2017, SN SciGraph was designed to help researchers, scholars, editors, librarians, funders, and developers overcome the challenge of extracting and merging large datasets from multiple repositories, and in multiple formats. Find out more.