Prof. Dr. Jean-Claude Burgelman is the Advisor Open Access Envoy at the Directorate-General for Research and Innovation at the European Commission. He shared his insights on why Europe needs an open science policy, what the European Commission’s key priorities are, and how open science can benefit researchers.
The recent announcements emanating from Europe around open access (OA) have resonated throughout the globe. In this post we examine the origin and aim of Plan S, briefly outline reactions to the Plan from researchers, funders, and publishers, and provide links to further information for interested readers including to a feedback survey created by cOAlition S.
UK Research & Innovation (UKRI) have outlined their proposals for future open access (OA) research policy in the UK via an online Review and consultation which will run to 17 April 2020. We advise our editors and society partners to engage with this consultation and to submit their own views. We’ll be hosting webinars in mid-March, look out for an invite via your Editorial contact.
Find out everything you need to know about open access publishing. We look at the range of OA opportunities available to help your authors maximize the reach and impact of their research, and list all the details about publishing open access with Taylor & Francis and meeting requirements of research funders.
What are Open Science Badges? Why do they matter? And what do you need to consider before implementing them on your journal?
Our new guide for Taylor & Francis journal editors has all the essential information about this new initiative from the Center for Open Science. Read the guide now, and speak to your Portfolio Manager if you want to know more about setting this up on your journal.
Taylor & Francis offers a range of data sharing policies. Find out what the options are, guidance on data citation, the FAQs and the benefits for researchers.