Open Access Resources

AAAS
In 2015, AAAS began offering gold open access publication with the launch of the journal Science Advances, which is supported by article processing charges (APCs). The other five Science family journals are subscription-based and have green open access policies.

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Annual Reviews
Subscribe to Open converts gated access journals to open access using existing library relationships and subscription purchases. Institutions that already know and value Annual Reviews content simply continue to subscribe.

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ASTM International
It is the mission of ASTM International to provide high quality content to our members and customers. Our rigorous peer review process is the cornerstone of that mission along with an experienced and dedicated staff.

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Bentham
Bentham Science is keen to facilitate institutions, researchers and authors to publish their articles in their journals as Open Access articles through transformative agreements.

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Brill
Brill is one of the largest Open Access publishers in the Humanities and Social Sciences. As an early adopter, starting in 2009, we have published 400 Open Access books, 25 full Open Access journals and hundreds of Open Access articles.

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British Medical Journal
BMJ is a champion of open access as a way to promote knowledge & accelerate discoveries. We place a great deal of importance om incresing the reach & use what we publish,& we are actively reshaping the way medical research is conducted & dissemated.

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Cambridge University Press
At Cambridge University Press, Open Access submissions are accepted in more than 350 of their journals.

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Clarivate Analytics
A unique combination of quality and objective assessment, paired with superior access technology through Open Access links and Kopernio, makes us the most trusted solution for researchers, institutions, and publishers to discover, access and evaluate Open Access.

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DeGruyter
De Gruyter is one of the leading, independent, open access academic publishers worldwide and have over 250 years’ experience of supporting scholars and researchers to give their best to the world.

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Duke University Press
Open access is an increasingly important method of making research widely and easily available, and Duke University Press is proud of our growing list of high-quality open-access books and journals. Because humanities and social sciences scholars do not receive significant external funding, we seek open-access models that do not ask the author to provide the funding for access.

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ICE – Institution of Civil Engineers
Established in 1836, ICE Publishing is a leading provider of information for researchers and practitioners worldwide in the fields of civil and environmental engineering and materials science.

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IET – Institution of Engineering and Technology
The IET also publishes a series of fully open access journals including Biosurface and Biotribology, CAAI Transactions on Intelligence Technology, Cognitive Computation and Systems, High Voltage, IET Energy Systems Integration, IET Nanodielectrics, IET Smart Grid, The Journal of Engineering and many more.

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IGI Gobal
InfoSci®-Open provides all of IGI Global’s Open Access articles in one convenient location and user-friendly interface. These articles are from IGI Global’s InfoSci-Journals, a database of over 27,000+ peer-reviewed articles with 1,000,000+ citation references sourced from IGI Global’s full journal collection.

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IOP – Institute of Physics
IOP Publishing endorses the goal of universal access to research in the physical sciences. Fully open access journals make all published articles immediately free to read and reuse without any subscription charges or access fees.

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Oxford University Press
Oxford University Press (OUP) is mission-driven to facilitate the widest possible dissemination of high-quality research. We embrace both green and gold open access (OA) publishing to support this mission.

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Project Muse
Project MUSE offers open access (OA) books and journals from several distinguished university presses and scholarly societies. These books and journals are freely available to libraries and users around the world.

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RSC – Royal Society of Chemistry
The Royal Society of Chemistry supports open access models that seek to ensure scholarly publishing activities operate in a long-term, sustainable way. Their fundamental goal is to advance the chemical sciences, through the effective dissemination of high quality research content.

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SAE Mobilus
SAE International journals are hybrid and offer both Gold and Green Open Access options,. Articles are freely available to both subscribers and the wider public with permitted reuse for Gold Open Access.

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SAGE / Research Methods
SAGE have published open access journals for a number of years with the goal of disseminating vital research to the broadest community.

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Springer / Nature / Palgrave
Combining rigorous peer-review, editorial excellence and technological innovation, Springer Nature open access journals make the highest quality research more visible, shareable and citable. Springer Nature Publishes open access books and chapters uder its’ Springer Palgrave MacMillan & Apress imprints.

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Taylor & Francis
Taylor & Francis Group’s flourishing program of full open access journals enables you to make your academic research freely and permanently available so anyone, anywhere can read and build upon this research.

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Thieme
Thieme Open is the gateway to the Open Access journal content from the Thieme Group. It covers both Open Access journals , alongside articlespublished on an Open Access basis in our subscription journals.

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Wiley
Wiley Open Access journals are supported by a network of authoritative journals and societies as well as internationally renowned editorial board members. Wiley Open Access publishes a number of online journals across biological, chemical and health sciences.

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World Bank
The World Bank supports the free online communication and exchange of knowledge as the most effective way of ensuring that the fruits of research, economic and sector work, and development practice are made widely available, read, and built upon.

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