Open Access Publishing: What Authors Want 2012-05-03


Use the link above to access the full text article published in the current issue of College & Research Libraries. The abstract reads as follows: “Campus-based open access author funds are being considered by many academic libraries as a way to support authors publishing in open access journals. Article processing fees for open access have been introduced recently by publishers and have not yet been widely accepted by authors. Few studies have surveyed authors on their reasons for publishing open access and their perceptions of open access journals. The present study was designed to gauge the uptake of library support for author funding and author satisfaction with open access publishing. Results indicate that York University authors are increasingly publishing in open access journals and are appreciative of library funding initiatives. The wider implications of open access are discussed along with specific recommendations for publishers.”



08/16/2012, 06:08

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Open Access Tracking Project (OATP) »

Tags: oa.business_models oa.publishers oa.libass oa.libraries oa.surveys oa.attitudes oa.librarians oa.fees oa.recommendations oa.funds oa.studies oa.acrl oa.journals



Date tagged:

05/03/2012, 04:58

Date published:

05/02/2012, 15:39