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Taylor & Francis / Jisc Collections agreement

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From: Richard Savory <[log in to unmask]>
Date: Wed, Nov 12, 2014 at 3:18 PM

Dear colleagues

Jisc Collections has completed negotiations with Taylor & Francis for
continuing access to the T&F Journals Library. The following press
release highlights the progress made in beginning to address the Total
Cost of Ownership of Scholarly Communications through the introduction
of an offset system to mitigate the cost institutions face in
maintaining subscriptions and paying for article processing charges.

Regards
Lorraine Estelle
Executive Director of Digital Content and Resource Discovery and CEO
Jisc Collections

*******

Jisc Collections and Taylor & Francis agreement extends access to
journal content

Taylor & Francis Group and Jisc Collections – which supports the
procurement of digital content for education and research in the UK –
have reached agreement to provide UK libraries with extended access to
content published in Taylor & Francis journals.

Following extensive discussions between Taylor & Francis, Jisc
Collections and RLUK, and in consultation with the wider UK library
community, for the first time the deal includes an offsetting
agreement for articles published on an Open Access basis in hybrid
journals. For articles published under Taylor & Francis’ hybrid open
access publishing model, Open Select, the offsetting agreement offers
discounted Article Publishing Charges via a voucher system determined
by expenditure. This decision recognises the continuing growth in Open
Access research, and Taylor & Francis wishes to participate in pilots
which explore the potential for transitioning business models.

The other main features of the agreement are as follows:

-          Three-year agreement

-          Post-termination access to core-subscribed titles

-          A substitutions allowance

-          Improved subscriptions reinstatement conditions for new entrants

-          Access fees now entirely Jisc-banded

-          A reduced annual price increase if an institution places
its order by 15 December.

More information about the Taylor & Francis Library is available here:
http://www.tandf.co.uk/libsite/productInfo/journals/TandFlibrary/

*********************
About Taylor & Francis Group

Taylor & Francis Group partners with researchers, scholarly societies,
universities and libraries worldwide to bring knowledge to life. As
one of the world’s leading publishers of scholarly journals, books,
eBooks and reference works our content spans all areas of Humanities,
Social Sciences, Science and Technology.  From our network of offices
in Oxford, Philadelphia, Melbourne, Singapore, Beijing, Tokyo,
Stockholm, New Delhi and Johannesburg, Taylor & Francis staff provide
local expertise and support to our editors, societies and authors and
tailored, efficient customer service to our library colleagues.

For more information, contact:
Jennifer McMillan, Head of Communications
Taylor & Francis Group Journals
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About Jisc

Jisc offers digital services and solutions for UK education and
research. The charity does this to achieve its vision for the UK to be
the most digitally advanced education and research nation in the
world.  Working together across the higher education, further
education and skills sectors, Jisc provides trusted advice and
support, reduces sector costs across shared network, digital content,
IT services and procurement negotiations, ensuring the sector stays
ahead of the game with research and development for the future.  Jisc
Collections supports the procurement of digital content for education
and research in the UK. It undertakes negotiations with a large number
of scholarly and research publishers on behalf of universities and
colleges in the area of e-journals, e-books, databases and datasets
achieving best pricing and licensing conditions.

Find out more at: www.jisc.ac.uk

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