21 Feb 2023. Brill is delighted to announce that it has renewed its Transformative Agreement with Jisc in the UK for 2023-2024. Brill is one of the leading academic publishers in the Humanities, Social Sciences and Biology, with a broad Open Access portfolio consisting of more than 1,100 books and several thousand journal articles.
The agreement with Jisc is a two-year agreement covering 2023-2024, and is open to all eligible UK university libraries and academic-related Jisc affiliate members, as well as Scottish Higher Education Digital Library consortium members.
Academics at participating institutions benefit from reading access to the full Brill journal collection of more than 300 journals, as well as unlimited Open Access publishing of research articles, review articles and conference papers in all Brill journals, including Gold Open Access titles.
"Working with publishers such as Brill gives our members access to research from across the world in various important fields, and we are delighted to continue working with them. Transitional agreements like this also help to accelerate Open Access publishing through the immediate sharing of research held in these publications," said Anna Vernon - Head of Research Licensing at Jisc.
"As one of the earliest adopters of Transformative Agreements, UK institutions continue to pave the way for Open Access," comments Jasmin Lange, Brill's Chief Publishing Officer. "At Brill, the agreement with Jisc led to a vast increase in Open Access publishing, increased author satisfaction and frictionless compliance with funder policies. This agreement is another step in our commitment to accelerate Open Access at scale for the Social Sciences."
For more information about the agreement, please visit the Jisc website.
Should you have any questions, please contact the Jisc Helpdesk or Linda Empringham at Brill.
Founded in 1683 in Leiden, the Netherlands, Brill is a leading international academic publisher in the Humanities, Social Sciences, International Law, and Biology. With offices in the Netherlands, Germany, Austria, the USA and Asia, Brill today publishes more than 360 journals and 2,000 new books and reference works each year as well as a large number of databases and primary source research collections. Commitment to Open Access and the latest publishing technologies are at the core of Brill's mission to make academic research available for the scholarly community worldwide. The company's key customers are academic and research institutions, libraries, and scholars. Brill is a publicly traded company and is listed on Euronext Amsterdam NV. For further information, please visit brill.com.
Jisc's vision is for the UK to be a world leader in technology for education and research. It owns and operates the super-fast national research and education network, Janet, with built-in cyber security protection. Jisc also provides technology solutions for members (colleges, universities and research centres) and customers (public sector bodies), helps members save time and money by negotiating sector-wide deals and provides advice and practical assistance on digital technology. Jisc is funded by the UK higher and further education and research funding bodies and member institutions.