Corrigendum: National licence negotiations advancing the open access transition – a view from Sweden

  • Lundén A
  • Smith C
  • Wide-Berg B
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The National Library of Sweden (NLS) has been working on advancing open access (OA) to scholarly output since 2006. In 2017 the NLS received an appropriation directive from the Government to act as a national co-ordinating body in the effort towards a transition to immediate OA for all research output by 2026. As a consequence, the NLS has included this objective in its vision for 2025: to lead the work moving from subscription-based to immediate openly accessible research publications. As part of this objective, the Bibsam Consortium negotiates journal licence agreements including OA components in order to help achieve a rapid and sustainable transition to OA. Anna Lundén presented this paper at the UKSG Annual Conference in Glasgow in April 2018. Her co-presenter Liam Earney gives a view from the UK in this companion Insights article: DOI: https://doi.org/10.1629/uksg.412

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Lundén, A., Smith, C., & Wide-Berg, B.-M. (2018). Corrigendum: National licence negotiations advancing the open access transition – a view from Sweden. Insights the UKSG Journal, 31. https://doi.org/10.1629/uksg.426

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