The Next Wave of Open Access is coming on fast. Scholarly publishing must move beyond a single-issue focus on Article Processing Charges to address end-to-end solutions that engage authors throughout the workflow.
To maintain a robust and transparent Open Access publishing program, publishers juggle many compliance and reporting responsibilities. VAT compliance, funder compliance, and institutional reporting are the source of many sleepless nights for publishers.
But does it have to be this way?
At a Frankfurt Book Fair panel discussion organized by Copyright Clearance Center, participants noted that effective, efficient compliance and reporting can be important drivers in establishing strong institutional and funder relationships. Joining CCC’s Chris Kenneally were –
- Josh Dahl, Head of Publishing & Associations, Thomson Reuters (ScholarOne)
- Agnes Henri, Editorial Director, EDP Sciences (Édition Diffusion Presse Sciences)
- Randy Petway, Executive Vice President, Publishing Technology
- Richard Wynne, Vice President, Aries Systems