Negotiations on journal access agreements

Norsk versjon: Nasjonale forhandlinger om tidsskrifter

Norwegian universities and university colleges have agreements with several academic publishers on access to scientific literature. Based on Norway’s National goals and guidelines for open access to scientific articles, these agreements are under renegotiation.
NTNU do not renew their agreement with Elsevier. The University library have prepared for the situation. Researchers will continue to have the right to submit articles for publication, however.

I am not able to access an article I want to read

Previous news on the negotiations

Press release from Unit regarding Wiley (15.03.2019)
NTNU has reached an agreement with Wiley (15.03.2019)
Press release from UNIT regarding Elsevier (12.03.2019)
NTNU do not renew their agreement with Elsevier (12.03.2019)
Negotiations with scientific publishers will continue in 2019 (21 December 2018)
Agreements with Scientific publishers may come to an end 1 January 2019 (14 December 2018)
Open Access and Negotiations with Journal Publishers (12 September 2018)

Articles must be open access without increased costs

In the current subscription system, scientific articles are behind paywalls and we have to pay for reading them, including those written by scientists in Norwegian institutions. The Norwegian goals and guidelines states that all Norwegian, publicly funded, scientific articles must be open access by 2024, a goal that has to be reached without an increase in cost.


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