Authors of Making Institutional Repositories Work delve into the history of IRs and the experiences of libraries currently in varying stages of IR development.
Rather than charge authors article processing fees upon acceptance, some journals charge every author a relatively small manuscript submission fee instead. The benefits of this model are several.
Here's the top news in academia this month in open access, academic publishing, higher education, and more.
Neil Christensen is helping pioneer a new model for OA publishing, by giving value back to the academic community in dollars.
The OA Journal Starter Kit has all the information you'll need to get a new open access journal up and running.
Here are the newest developments and trending stories in academia that caught our attention this month.
We took a snapshot of top news in academia surrounding: academic publishing, the open access and open data movements, publication metrics and more.
One of the top challenges and simultaneous best opportunities for new open access journals to develop a following is to find a unique niche in the marketplace.
Some of the top stories in academia that caught the Scholastica team's attention this month.
Announcing new Scholastica features including editor assignment alerts, submission progress saved as you go, and ability to print reviews and decisions.