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Taylor & Francis Enters Into Read and Publish Agreement With CzechELib

Taylor & Francis signed a transformative read and publish OA agreement with CzechELib, allowing the 18 member institutions to publish their work OA in more than 2,000 Taylor & Francis journals. In addition, 50% of their previous output will be made OA in 2021, with 100% made OA by 2022, and the institutions can access content published on a subscription basis. 

“Our first Read and Publish agreement with CzechELib is designed to support research while we work through a transition to an open environment,” says Carolyn Kirby, Taylor & Francis’ open access business development director. “The ‘Read’ portion of this deal allows researchers and students to access a wide range of journal content. The ‘Publish’ element means that researchers can publish their work open access immediately and in a more streamlined and optimized way.”  

Jirí Jirát, head of the licensing and administrative unit at CzechELib, says, “Through our Read and Publish deal with Taylor & Francis Group, 18 Institutions now have access to significantly more journal content and our researchers have more publishing options, raising the global visibility of their work without additional financial barriers.” 

For more information, read the press release.

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