If an author is notified of a plagiarism, fraud or violation, we advise you to contact the publisher Elsevier, who can then contact our internal legal department. Note that some open access licenses may allow for fairly broad reuse that might otherwise be considered a copyright infringement. For more information on how to get permission to use an article, visit our authorization page. Media ContactAndrew Davis, Global [email protected] “We reach all our agreements through a process of auditing and understanding the needs of clients and adapting our services to their objectives; We are very pleased to have reached this agreement with Couperin,” said Gino Ussi, Executive Vice President at Elsevier. “We look forward to the support of the French Research Community. According to Widmark, the annual payment to Elsevier under the new three-year contract will be roughly equivalent to what the consortium previously paid with reading-only licenses. (The exact costs will be published in line with the contract as soon as the member institutions have completed their membership decisions.) The authors sign an exclusive licensing agreement in which the authors have copyright, but exclusive license rights in their article to the publisher. In this case, the authors have the right to: Carnegie Mellons Deal looks like Bibsam, but larger. As soon as the agreement enters into force in January 2020, university academics will be able to access temporary titles of all Elsevier titles and publish open access at no additional cost. “One of my hopes is that this is moving towards some kind of reciprocal agreement where people will have access to Carnegie Mellon research, and over time we will have free access to results from other universities,” says Keith Webster, Carnegie Mellon`s dean for libraries, who previously worked as Wiley`s former vice president in the publishing industry. Webster told The Scientist that he could not give financial details.
Just one day before the release of the Swedish agreement, Elsevier and Carnegie Mellon University in Pennsylvania announced a similar agreement. These are the latest in several agreements else has forged since the beginning of 2019 to pilot open access elements. At the beginning of the year, for example, Hungary and Norway – the two countries that had terminated their subscriptions to the publisher after the stagnation of negotiations – also announced new contracts with the publishing house.