Emerging from Uncertainty: International Perspectives on the Impact of COVID-19 on University Research | Mattia Fosci et al. | Springer Nature, November, 2020

This report explores the current and long-term impacts of COVID-19 on research activities in universities, such as in the UK and Australia, in terms of research production, delivery and infrastructures. It also examines the responses to the pandemic of governmental and other stakeholders.


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It appears that the pandemic has significantly strengthened the case in favor of Open Access to research findings and data, even though this is likely to require investment into supporting infrastructures and innovative business models, such as those facilitating transitions from subscriptions to paywalled content to pay-to-publish models that both ensure access to scholarly publications and maintain quality control mechanisms.