The power of partnership: new Transformative Agreement to boost open access publishing in Greece
The 28th Panhellenic Academic Libraries Conference (PALC) gave Springer Nature and Hellenic Academic Libraries Link (HEAL-Link) the perfect opportunity to showcase the benefits of new open access Transformative Agreement for Greece.
Researchers still need more support for data sharing in 2022
This year’s State of Open Data report provides insights into the motivations and challenges of researchers towards open data and highlights the need for institutions, libraries, publishers and funders to continue to support data sharing practices and principles.
Open for Climate Justice: The Impact of Open Access Transformative Agreements
We spoke to researchers who’ve published open access climate research. Exploring their views on open access and looking more closely at the power of transformative agreements to make open access more accessible
Building OA equity through Transformative Agreements
Open Access Week 2021 is here, bringing with it a focus on ensuring awareness and uptake of OA around the world. The theme for 2021 is: “It Matters How We Open Knowledge: Building Structural Equity”.
Supporting Researchers with Open Access Publishing: A Guide
Practical resources to enable librarians to support researchers with publishing via the OA route. Segmented into three stages: Awareness, Consideration and Decision.
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.