The 2015 International Open Access Week will be celebrated Oct 19-25. This year’s theme is Open for Collaboration. Open access buttons are available at the WHSC Library Information Desk to show your support.
What is Open Access? Take a look at this quick video: Open Access in Four Minutes
- Open Access Journals provide a model where authors pay a publishing fee but the article is then available online for readers to access for free.
- Southern Spaces, Practical Matters, Journal of Family Life, Methodist Review, and Molecular Vision are all open access journals published here at Emory.
- Pubmed Central is an open access repository where researchers submit publications made possible through NIH Funding.
- Emory Online Electronic Theses and Dissertations at Emory provides global access to university thesis and disserations.
- The Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ) provides an index of open access journals by subject and title that meet published standards for quality, peer-review, and access.
- Emory University students and faculty maybe eligible to receive funds to help cover open access author fees. See Emory University Open Access Publishing Fund for eligibility.
For more information about open access at Emory visit Open Access at Emory.
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