The topic for NISO's Open Teleconference in June was the Transfer Code of Practice, a NISO Recommended Practice, most recently updated in early 2019. Transfer was initially created by the UKSG in 2007 and moved to NISO in 2014. More information is available at the NISO Standing Committee web pages.
Listen to this recording of the conversation with Transfer Standing Committee co-chair James Phillpotts of Oxford University Press and Standing Committee member Linda Wobbe of SCELC.
The Transfer Code of Practice is a voluntary code of conduct and best practices for journal publishers, which contains guidelines for key steps to take when journal owners transfer their journal content to and from one another. It seeks to address the technical and communication issues that arise during these transactions, with a goal of eradicating any disruption of access to journal content by end users. Support tools developed by the Transfer Standing Committee and other supporters include several services to notify librarians and other interested parties of journal moves.
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