Ucl Transformative Agreements

Contact us if you would like to arrange a virtual service visit from us to discuss these agreements. We have put together a list of magazines in our transformative agreements (more than 5,000!) per theme. These include The Modern Law Review, the British Educational Research Journal, the Annals of Neurology, Geo: Geography and Environment, and the mapping of human brains (published by Wiley); Gender – Society (Wise); Attention, perception, and psychophysics, climate change and European Journal of Nutrition (Springer); Physics in Medicine and Biology (Institute of Physics); Journal of Materials Chemistry A, B and C (Royal Society of Chemistry); Art – Perception, and Journal of Ancient Near Eastern Religions (Brill). If you would like to receive updates on open access and processing agreements, please use Subscribe via email to sign up for a notification when a new article is published. You`ll find it right in this post or at the bottom if you`re reading this on a mobile device. If not, or follow us on Twitter! These agreements are limited to the authors of UCL. Be sure to include your UCL email address and affiliation when you send it to a newspaper. They should be recognized as eligible if we have a transformation agreement. For more information, please consult our step-by-step guide to open access funding for more information on these agreements and other open access financing agreements.

Catherine Sharp, Head of Open Access Services, followed changes to open access processes to help academic staff meet the requirements of the new directive, including numerous transformation agreements with different publishers. We know that only researchers can decide where to best submit their work; but we hope that by providing this information, we can help more researchers publish open access. Be sure to review the publisher`s corresponding terms and conditions on our transformative agreements page before sending them to these magazines. In order to offer a publishing option that meets these requirements, a newspaper can become fully accessible (option 1), lift its green open access embargo and allow CC BY (option 2) or propose a transformation agreement (option 3). UCL`s transformation agreements are listed below. Check the editing conditions and instructions before applying to the publisher or contacting the Open Access team. Some agreements only apply to subscription magazines; others also cover fully open periodicals. Most are only available to UCL authors.

There may be restrictions on the types of paper covered (for example. B only research and verification documents). Many UCL academics publish on the gold route to open access, either in fully open magazines (option 1 in Plan S) or in the case of transformer agreements (option 3 in Plan S).