In Part two of this interview post, I continue to grill an eloquent group of stakeholders with a wide range of views about the Plan S Rights Retention Strategy (RRS) and Creative Commons licensing. As we soak in these quite subtle approaches to what is a complex problem, I hope you, like me, are gaining a better understanding of these complex issues. Please start with Part One if you haven’t already read it.
Part Two of the great piece by Scholarly Kitchen about Plan S and its potential impact on academia (at least in Europe and their neighbours). We have included links to a swag of related items.
Nick Lindsay – Director of Journals and Open Access, MIT Press
Lynn Kamerlin – Professor of Structural Biology, Uppsala University, Sweden
Niamh O’Connor – Chief Publishing officer, PLOS
Steven Inchcoombe – Chief Publishing and Solutions Officer, Springer Nature
Jasmin Lange – Chief Publishing Officer, Brill