A pence for your thoughts « Walt at Random

lterrat's bookmarks 2017-01-08

Summary:

"As I’m starting the long slog of adding 2016 data (and adding all data for just under 1,900 journals not there on 12/31/2015) to the spreadsheet for Gold Open Access [2011 or]2012-2016, I find the need for an early shoutout:

To The Journal of the Anthropological Society of Oxford for both the lowest Article Processing Charge I’ve seen and the best statement about the charge:

“We have introduced Author Publication Charges for all authors who consider they may be submitted to REF2020 from 1 April 2013 when the HEFCE rule comes into force. These are set at 1p sterling (£0.01), and should be paid in cash when the author bumps into one of the Editors or anyone who knows them. Why? Because on one interpretation of the guidelines only journals charging APCs are eligible.” http://www.isca.ox.ac.uk/publications/jaso/copyright-and-apcs/ "

Link:

http://walt.lishost.org/2017/01/a-pence-for-your-thoughts/

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Open Access Tracking Project (OATP) » lterrat's bookmarks

Tags:

oa.new oa.comment oa.fees oa.authors oa.gold oa.journals

Date tagged:

01/08/2017, 16:52

Date published:

01/08/2017, 11:52