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Plan S in Latin America: A precautionary note

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RT @Protohedgehog: Was great to meet @humbertodebat at #force2019, just one of many champions in the future of scholarly communication here…
RT @Protohedgehog: Was great to meet @humbertodebat at #force2019, just one of many champions in the future of scholarly communication here…
Was great to meet @humbertodebat at #force2019, just one of many champions in the future of scholarly communication here. Make sure to check out this powerful article he wrote with @dominiquebabini about Plan S and Latin America https://t.co/cJo2xwzLE6 https://t.co/hjiAhdrAtv
It is our final sentence in our opinion paper with @humbertodebat https://t.co/a06NcHu7Yh https://t.co/KAuR72Pr2k
@RickyPo @Dmitri145 @humbertodebat Yes @RickyPo, it is our letter published in @nature "Plan S: take Latin America’s long experience on board" https://t.co/Dxnm48jHFM based in our preprint https://t.co/a06NcHu7Yh (English) and https://t.co/sqmF2OinjI (Spanish)
RT @humbertodebat: Here we reflect our perspective on Plan S. We hope to reach the diverse readership of @nature & echo our piece with @dom…
RT @humbertodebat: Here we reflect our perspective on Plan S. We hope to reach the diverse readership of @nature & echo our piece with @dom…
RT @humbertodebat: Here we reflect our perspective on Plan S. We hope to reach the diverse readership of @nature & echo our piece with @dom…
RT @humbertodebat: Here we reflect our perspective on Plan S. We hope to reach the diverse readership of @nature & echo our piece with @dom…
Here we reflect our perspective on Plan S. We hope to reach the diverse readership of @nature & echo our piece with @dominiquebabini available at https://t.co/hT19pU8exb cc @Ameli_CA @Redalyc @Latindex @RepositoriosLA @ariannabec @EAguadoRedalyc @_CLACSO @RedeSciELO @JohanRooryck https://t.co/jKd0P6VGYs
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RT @Phil_Gooch: #plan_s in #latin_america ‘We argue that our limited resources should be channeled to maintaining and scaling not-for-profi…
74 days ago
RT @Phil_Gooch: #plan_s in #latin_america ‘We argue that our limited resources should be channeled to maintaining and scaling not-for-profi…
RT @Phil_Gooch: #plan_s in #latin_america ‘We argue that our limited resources should be channeled to maintaining and scaling not-for-profi…
RT @Phil_Gooch: #plan_s in #latin_america ‘We argue that our limited resources should be channeled to maintaining and scaling not-for-profi…
RT @Phil_Gooch: #plan_s in #latin_america ‘We argue that our limited resources should be channeled to maintaining and scaling not-for-profi…
RT @Phil_Gooch: #plan_s in #latin_america ‘We argue that our limited resources should be channeled to maintaining and scaling not-for-profi…
#plan_s in #latin_america ‘We argue that our limited resources should be channeled to maintaining and scaling not-for-profit initiatives instead of deliberately infusing money to publish in market-oriented journals’ https://t.co/pO1xy8TBR3 #peerj Summary: https://t.co/ra7FuPQhM1
#plan_s in #latin_america ‘We argue that our limited resources should be channeled to maintaining and scaling not-for-profit initiatives instead of deliberately infusing money to publish in market-oriented journals’ https://t.co/pO1xy8TBR3 #peerj Summary: https://t.co/ra7FuPQhM1
RT @gbanzato: América Latina lidera el acceso abierto al conocimiento, sin cobrar por leer o publicar. Europa con el Plan S cobrará por pub…
RT @humbertodebat: @RickyPo @cOAlitionS_OA @MariaCrisRusso @ciencia_ar @ScienceEurope @dominiquebabini We have no additional information, b…
RT @humbertodebat: @RickyPo @cOAlitionS_OA @MariaCrisRusso @ciencia_ar @ScienceEurope @dominiquebabini We have no additional information, b…
RT @humbertodebat: @RickyPo @cOAlitionS_OA @MariaCrisRusso @ciencia_ar @ScienceEurope @dominiquebabini We have no additional information, b…
@RickyPo @cOAlitionS_OA @MariaCrisRusso @ciencia_ar @ScienceEurope @dominiquebabini We have no additional information, but we sincerely hope Latin America will wait results of the first evaluation of #Plan_S in 2024 to analyze if it encourages at regional and global level the advancement of non-commercial non-APC #OpenAccess initiatives https://t.co/hT19pU8exb
#ATM https://t.co/SYNkeBr3fd
RT @perseovalencia: @gbanzato @Ratiojurisunaul @Ameli_CA @unlp @caicyt @Redalyc América Latina lidera el acceso abierto al conocimiento, si…
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Competing Interests

The authors of this paper work in Agriculture (HD) and Social Sciences (DB) research networks, which together with health, are among disciplines with a tradition of also publishing in regional quality journals, in local languages. In addition, HD is an eLife and ASAPbio ambassador and a bioRxiv Affiliate. DB employer is CLACSO. She represents CLACSO at AmeliCA-Open Knowledge; She is a member of the Advisory Board of DORA; Latin America content contributor for UNESCO-Global Open Access Portal; member of the Experts Committee of Science and Technology Digital Repositories National System, Argentina; member of the Advisory Board of Open Access India and Publi.ca (Canada), and Member of the Board of the Redalyc-CLACSO collection of 930 social science journals.

Author Contributions

Humberto Debat analyzed the data, authored or reviewed drafts of the paper, approved the final draft.

Dominique Babini analyzed the data, authored or reviewed drafts of the paper, approved the final draft.

Data Deposition

The following information was supplied regarding data availability:

As an Opinion article this work is not associated to raw data or code.

Funding

The authors received no funding for this work.


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