IOP Publishing (IOPP) has now entered a new collaboration with ChronosHub to simplify their open access publishing.
IOP Publishing (IOPP) has now entered a new collaboration with ChronosHub to simplify their open access publishing. The initial phase of the collaboration includes a free-to-use IOPP Branded Journal Finder, which enables authors to easily check if the IOPP journal they have chosen to publish their work in complies with their funder or institutional requirements.
IOPP Journal Finder makes institutional, and consortia level open access (OA) agreements and funders’ OA policies more transparent for authors. The partnership is aligned with IOPP’s ambition to make universal access to research a reality whilst delivering optimal author experience and service excellence. To date, 91 journals, of which 85 offer an OA route to publication, can be filtered by subject area, license and embargo period. Authors can also see potential eligibility for OA funding under transformative agreements negotiated by their institution or consortium.
We believe that the future of academic publishing is open. We’re working with ChronosHub to see how the Journal Finder can help us realise this vision by enhancing transparency around OA publishing whilst improving the discoverability and impact of research published with us.
It is great to see our shared mission come to life promoting open science and maximise automation to let researchers focus their time on research. Journal Finder will support all authors with the clear guidance they’ve been looking for to publish in compliance with their funders’ OA policies, and institutional agreements.
Throughout the collaboration, IOP Publishing and ChronosHub will monitor usage and collect feedback from the community to further optimise the author experience.
IOP Publishing is a society-owned scientific publisher, delivering impact, recognition and value to the scientific community. Its mission is to expand the world of physics, offering a portfolio of journals, eBooks, conference proceedings and science news resources globally. As a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Institute of Physics, a not-for-profit society, IOP Publishing supports the Institute’s work to inspire people to develop their knowledge, understanding and enjoyment of physics.
Headquartered in Copenhagen, ChronosHub is an online platform meeting the needs of all stakeholders in the research community: funders, publishers, institutions, and researchers. ChronosHub supports authors to select suitable journals for their manuscript submissions by making funding policies and institutional agreements transparent. Through a collaborative approach, ChronosHub streamlines the publishing workflow for publishers, funders, and institutions for effective APC management, funding policy compliance, automated repository deposits, and OA reporting.
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