‘Plan S’ launch date delayed a year

Plan S- a debated initiative to make all government-funded research to open access publishing- has been delayed from January 2020, by a year. COAlition S – the group of funders behind Plan S-has released updated guidelines which state that formal starting point of it mandates will now be January 2021. The revised guidelines were termed with the aim to give publishers additional time to adjust to the required changes and shift their business models. However, some researchers still argue that the delay does not give adequate time for the scientific community to adapt to the changes the bold plan requires.

Reference Link: https://www.nature.com/articles/d41586-019-01717-2


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