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Recent Findings Indicate Multiple Models for Flipping Scientific Journals into Various Open Access Forms Exist

Author: Pablo Markin Published Online: 2017-11-08 URL: http://openscience.com/recent-findings-indicate-that-multiple-models-for-flipping-scientific-journals-into-various-forms-of-open-access-exist/ Though converting scholarly journals into Open Access continues to involve financial uncertainty, a Harvard-funded report shows that thousands of journals have flipped into Open Access in recent years through...

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A Special Issue of Open Archaeology on Non-Professional Metal-Detecting

Author: Pablo Markin Published Online: 2017-04-10 URL: http://openscience.com/a-special-issue-of-open-archaeology-on-non-professional-metal-detecting/ In 2016, the Open Access Journal Open Archaeology produced a collection of topical articles on the status of metal-detecting for other than scientific reasons in different European countries. Excerpt As this issue...

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This blog will cover current developments in the domain of Open Access publishing, topical issues in Open Access journals, recently published Open Access books and digital resources related to Open Access, open data and...

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How Much Do Top Publishers Charge for Open Access?

Author: Beata Socha Published Online: 2017-04-20 URL: http://openscience.com/how-much-do-top-publishers-charge-for-open-access/ As Open Access is making ever increasing waves in the academic publishing business, top publishers are determined not to lose their bearing. Excerpt The big four players...