As both criticisms of academic journal publication practices and recent empirical results suggest, transparency that Open Access (OA) tends to promote is likely to be associated with journal quality, since latest journal citation reports have shown that a significant share of highest-ranking scientific journals in […]
As Open Access models draw growing industry attention and academia support, recent studies indicate their increasing sustainability and continued evolution. A Blog Article by Pablo Markin. A recent trade review of the Open Access (OA) journal publishing sector indicates that it is slated to continue […]
The Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ) is a website started in 2002 which lists more than 9 000 Open Access journals. DOAJ aims to index only high quality publications that are fully Open Access, which means the whole content is free to read, share […]
Last week brought news of positive and interesting developments in the world of Open Access. Among them, a milestone in the development of DOAJ, an injection of cash for the Knowledge Unlatched project, Mikael Laakso’s new article on Green OA, and the digital collection of […]
DOAJ (Directory of Open Access Journals) is a well-known organization with the aim to increase the visibility and ease of use of open access scientific and scholarly journals. Right now you can find 9642 journals and 1120611 articles on the website.
Another good week for Open Access: Cultural Anthropology, Auslegung: A Journal of Philosophy and DOAJ
This week was full of good news for Open Access. A couple of days ago I wrote about the switch of the Cultural Anthropology (published by the American Anthropological Association) to the OA model. This was just the first example of this week’s transition into […]