November 26, 2015

Taylor & Francis Joins Open Access Scholarly Publishers Association (OASPA)

From a Taylor & Francis News Release (PDF):

Taylor & Francis is delighted to be joining the community of open access (OA) publishers that are  part of OASPA. OASPA represents the interest of OA publishers globally within scientific and technical disciplines; advancing OA models, advocacy, education, and innovation within the field.

“We fully support the objectives of OASPA in developing tools and standards to support OA publishing, and facilitating information exchange within the community”, remarked Vicky Gardner, Open Access Publisher.


”We are enormously pleased to be part of OASPA and see it as a way to forge sustainable OA  publishing routes that will be of benefit to the global research communities across the whole gamut  of subject areas”, said David Green, Global Publishing Director of Taylor & Francis Journals.

Read the Complete Announcement

Here’s Listing of All Open Access Scholarly Publishing Association Members

Hat Tip: @stm_publishing

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