In 2016, the Austrian Science Fund has included De Gruyter into the roster of publishing houses recognized as preferred venues for open access funding. A Blog Article by Pablo Markin. The decision of the Austrian Science Fund (Fonds zur Förderung der wissenschaftlichen Forschung (FWF)) to list De Gruyter as one of its certified open access publishers represents a recognition of the role its imprint, De Gruyter Open, has been playing in promoting scholarly open access. As part of this scheme for funding book processing charges, De Gruyter joins Palgrave Macmillan and Springer, among other publishing houses, a limited number of […]
In 2016, the Open Access Journal Open Archaeology has produced a collection of topical articles on the status of metal-detecting for other than scientific reasons in different European countries.
As De Gruyter announces its collaborative initiative to make works and articles in social sciences, humanities and other fields available in free access, it also highlights its difference from open access. A Blog Article by Pablo Markin. On April 6, 2017, jointly with other publishing houses, De Gruyter has demonstrated its commitment to furthering informed public discourse in the fields of human and minority rights, area and environmental studies, and social responsibility and legal history. This initiative has been launched by De Gruyter in collaboration with top-tier academic publishing houses, such as Harvard University Press, Columbia University Press, Princeton […]
De Gruyter has announced its sponsorship of the Directory of Open Access Books (DOAB), in a sign of its dedication to academic open access.
With an ever increasing number of scientific articles published on a daily basis, alongside a growing number of publishing outlets, it has become increasingly difficult to attract attention to Open Access journal newcomers. A Blog Article by Kamil Mizera and Witold Kieńć. Promoting journals across and beyond the scholarly world, such as among scientists, prospective authors, journalists and wider public, is a key to a successful launch of a journal. Content is king, many might say – but having the contents reach the scientists poses a challenge in the increasingly scattered scientific publishing landscape. If you want the contents of […]