October 23, 2023 – As of January 1st, 2024, researchers affiliated with the University of Salzburg can publish in any Brill journal in Open Access, free of charge, thanks to Brill’s new Transformative Agreement with the university. In addition, the agreement gives them access to all of Brill’s 350+ journals across the Humanities, Social Sciences, Law and Biology.
The agreement runs for two years. All articles published from January 1, 2024 will benefit from Open Access.
Jasmin Lange, Brill’s CPO, comments: “We are proud to further expand our Open Access offering in Austria, building on our longstanding relationship with the University of Salzburg. Brill has always had a strong publishing presence in Austria with both English- and German-language publications. Open Access articles receive 10x more views and downloads, which is why these agreements are key to our mission of amplifying the impact of HSS research. We very much look forward to open up the research published by the University of Salzburg across our fields.”
Linda Ohrtmann and Andreas Rotheneder from University Library Salzburg state: “We are confident that this new read and publish agreement with Brill will contribute to further promoting Open Access within our university and are likewise happy that it opens reading access to Brill’s full journal collection for our researchers; thus fostering the dissemination of scientific knowledge. For any questions or input regarding Open Access at the University of Salzburg please contact us via email@example.com.”
– Access to Brill’s full journal collection
– Unlimited Open Access publishing for affiliated faculty
– Authors retain copyright
– CC-BY by default
For more information about this agreement and on Open Access publishing with Brill, please contact Eva Wantzen at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit brill.com/openaccess.
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