[Oa-italia] SCOAP3 : pubblicati 2000 articoli in 6 mesi

Paola Gargiulo p.gargiulo a cineca.it
Mer 2 Lug 2014 13:05:43 CEST


Cari colleghi,

ci scusiamo per il cross-posting, ma ci sembra opportuno segnalare la 
notizia sui progressi dell'iniziativa di cui l'Italia Ŕ un importante 
partner.

Sono stati pubblicati 2000 articoli finanziati con i fondi 
dell'iniziativa SCOAP3 dal lancio del progetto a gennaio fino ad oggi. 
Gli autori afferiscono ad oltre 80 paesi, oltre *300* articoli vedono la 
partecipazione di autori afferenti alle istituzioni di ricerca italiane.
Tutti gli articoli, pubblicati in 10 testate che afferiscono a editori e 
oa a societÓ professionali, sono dotati di licenza CC-BY, sono 
disponibili in diversi formati tra cui PDF/A e XML per  text mining ecc, 
sono accessibili sia dai siti degli editori, sia dalla piattaforma d 
<http://repo.scoap3.org/>i SCOAP3.

Cordiali saluti
Paola Gargiulo e Stefano Bianco

Segue il testo della notizia inviata da SCOAP3


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Oggetto: 	SCOAP3 crosses the 2000 articles mark
Rispedito-Data: 	Wed, 2 Jul 2014 08:59:08 +0200 (CEST)
Rispedito-Da: 	<scoap3-infolist a cern.ch>
Data: 	Wed, 2 Jul 2014 06:58:41 +0000
Mittente: 	<info a scoap3.org>
A: 	<info a scoap3.org>



SCOAP3 crosses the 2000 articles mark

Two thousand Open Access articles have been published with SCOAP3
funding since January 2014 in 10 journals from 11 publishers and
learned societies. These articles are released under a CC-BY license,
and openly accessible on publishers websites. In addition, articles
are also immediately available on the SCOAP3 repository at
repo.scoap3.org in several formats, including PDF/A and XML for
text-mining and other purposes. Scientists from over 80 countries have
freely published in SCOAP3 journals so far.

This large-scale Open Access operation is made possible by thousands
of libraries in 35 countries, in partnership with funding agencies and
research organisations. Publishers of subscriptions journals which
converted to SCOAP3 are refunding all of their customers worldwide.
Participating libraries redirect these funds to SCOAP3 to pay the
reduced Article Publication Charges arranged through its tendering
process. Thanks to SCOAP3, authors worldwide, pay no publication fees
to fully enjoy the advantages of "gold" Open Access, without modifying
their publishing practices.

Now in full operation, SCOAP3 demonstrates how a tripartite
collaboration between the library community, funding agencies and the
publishing industry can achieve a seamless transition to Open Access
for the global scientific community. SCOAP3 looks forward to
leveraging this success by building additional partnerships with
libraries worldwide which are currently benefiting from the work of
the consortium and share its vision to support the transition to Open
Access.


About SCOAP3

The Sponsoring Consortium for Open Access Publishing in Particle
Physics (SCOAP3) is operated at CERN in Switzerland and managed by an
international consortium of thousands of libraries in 35 countries
that redirects funds previously used for subscriptions to instead
support Open Access. In 2014, over 4'000 articles in 10 journals from
11 publishers and learned societies will appear in the repo.scoap3.org
repository, immediately upon publication. All articles are published
under a CC-BY license at no cost for any author, and can be freely
downloaded, further disseminated and fully reused.

HTML version of this news available at
http://scoap3.org/news/scoap3-crosses-the-2000-articles-mark.html




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