[IRTalk] FW: Report published - Innovative Business Models for Books
leti.kleyn at up.ac.za
Wed Jul 21 12:02:11 SAST 2021
Report published - Innovative Business Models for Books
*From:* OASPA <info at oaspa.org>
*Sent:* Monday, July 19, 2021 5:29 PM
*To:* leti.kleyn at up.ac.za
*Subject:* Report published - Innovative Business Models for Books
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In May 2021, OPERAS and OASPA hosted a series of three European workshops
on business models for open access books targeted specifically at small and
medium-sized academic book publishers.. As part of the OPERAS-P project
work package 6 (Innovation) OPERAS was looking into innovative, non-BPC
business models. The feedback gathered in the course of these three
workshops informed a report *The Future of scholarly communications*,
published at the end of June 2021.
*"The discussion showed that while the Holy Grail of OA book publishing
does not exist, what does exist however, is a strong will to
experiment with various approaches, spearheaded by small and medium sized
academic book publishers." *
You can now see this report which has been published on the OAPEN blog
We hope you find it useful.
Communications, Engagement and Outreach Manager, OASPA
bernie.folan at oaspa.org
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