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ASM Journals join OA Switchboard – Plus More ATG News & Announcements for 4/3/24

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According to this ASM press release cited by Knowledge Speak “As part of our continuing commitment to open science and open infrastructure, ASM Journals joined the OA Switchboard community to simplify the reporting on and sharing of open access journal information.

OA Switchboard is a community-based infrastructure project that aims to streamline the dissemination of OA-related publication data to funders, institutions, librarians and other interested parties. These data are fed directly from ASM’s production system through the Switchboard so that a consistent standard is followed. This real-time reporting will simplify the management of open access funding mandates and will provide an efficient and straightforward exchange of information throughout the publishing lifecycle. Such infrastructure and reporting will be vital as ASM Journals moves its 6 hybrid titles to a subscribe-to-open (S2O) publishing model. …”


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