• On July 10, the University of California (UC) lost access to new articles in the publishing giant Elsevier’s journals. This is the latest development in the ongoing negotiations between Elsevier and UC.
  • The university has been pushing for a deal that combines payments for accessing journals and publishing open-access articles into one fee.
  • UC’s Academic Council encouraged those at the university who might require access to Elsevier’s content to use alternative access methods, such as online repositories where authors deposit free-to-read copies of their papers.

See at The Scientist

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