The year 2020 is an important milestone in the history of the EISZ National Programme. This year, for the first time, we can summarize the extent of the open access transition by the transitional agreements. Documenting and analysing the changes that have taken place in the history of the national consortium during the last five years provides an opportunity to map the emerging trends, and also to better define what the Hungarian consortium model looks like.
Useful informations about the open access publishing and guide to the publisher's dashboards.
Member institutions of the Hungarian Electronic Information Service National Programme have the opportunity to publish open access in Cambridge University Press Journals. This new Read & Publish agreement means that researchers are now able to publish their works with no barriers or additional costs in Cambridge journals.
Researchers at five Hungarian institutions can now publish their research open access in 57 IOP Publishing (IOPP) journals, thanks to a new publish and read agreement with the Hungarian Electronic Information Service National (EISZ) Consortium.
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