“Among the main findings on the topic of journal production were:
• Compared to 2020, there was apparent growth in journals producing HTML articles.
• Full-text XML article production remained flat since 2020 (38% in 2020 and 2022).
• 50%+ respondents included ORCIDs and DOIs in metadata, but other PIDs like author/ contributor roles, funder IDs, and organizational IDs had lower adoption rates. That said, some PIDs increased across the two surveys, including Funder ID (20% in 2022 versus 16% in 2020) and CRediT (22% in 2022 versus 16% in 2020).
• Most respondents said PDF and HTML are the most important article formats for their readers, as well as reaching publishing program goals.
• When asked to rate their publishers’ primary production goals, most respondents chose “journal/article search engine optimization” (86% reported that this was “very” or “somewhat” important).
Among the main findings on the topic of journal access were:
• 95% of respondents said at least one of their publisher’s journals offered OA options.
• 80% of respondents said their organization utilizes fully-OA publishing models.
• When asked to rate their publishers’ primary funding/revenue priorities, most respondents chose “identifying viable funding model(s) for publishing one or more fully-OA journals” (68% reported it’s “very” or “somewhat” important).
• Institutional subsidies and grants were seen as having the highest OA funding potential…”