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May 4, 2022

Article Submission and Open Access: Effects for Publishers, Institutions, and Submission System Providers

In April, we unpacked this topic in this webinar, where we discussed the effect of OA on institutions, publishers, and submission system providers. The panel consisted of Matthew Goddard, Head & E-Resources Librarian at Iowa State University, Kate Horgan, Director of Client Services at Aries Systems, and Matthew Day, Head of Open Research Policy & Partnerships at Cambridge University Press. Perhaps common challenges related to institutional affiliation and author roles are determined at submission.
November 11, 2021

Webinar – OA challenges & solutions for publishers, funders, and institutions

In celebration of OA week 2021, ChronosHub hosted an engaging talk that included panel members, Sybille Geisenheyner from American Chemical Society, Tom Jakobs from Luxembourg National Research Fund (FNR), Dr. Micaela Crespo Quesada from University of Lausanne, and Christian Grubak from ChronosHub – all contributing with valuable insights into the commonalities and differences that exist between funders, institutions, and publishers. 
October 14, 2021

ChronosHub Helps Danish Universities Reach National Open Access Goal

From 2025 onward, there should be free public digital access to all peer-reviewed scientific articles from Danish research institutions – with a maximum 12-month embargo. The latest numbers released by the Danish Ministry of Higher Education and Science show that year by year, the universities are getting closer to reach this goal. And new collaborations with ChronosHub will only accelerate the progress further.

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