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Faculty Scholarship and Research Support

Use this guide to learn how to do cited reference searching to find out how often you have been cited and by whom. Tips are also shared on how to identify the best publication for your research and ways to share your scholarship.

Open Access Publishing Models

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There are different models for Open Access publishing:

Green - the author self-archives at time of submission

  • usually deposited in an institutional repository
  • usually the Author's Accepted Manuscript (AAM), post print, or even a preprint

Gold - the author or author's institution pays a fee to the publisher to make the material available for 'free'

  • generally published in open access journals
  • authors retain copyright

Hybrid - a commercial publisher may allow authors to pay for open access as well as being included in a print or online version of the journal that is subscription based

Peter Suber 2012  http://bit.ly/oa-overview

Further information available:

"HowOpenIsIt? Open Access Spectrum", (c) 2012 SPARC and PLOS, licensed under CC BY-NC-ND 3.0"

http://www.plos.org/about/open-access/howopenisit/     

SPARC - Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition

Open Access Journal Resources


To find open access journals in your field, you can do a Google search for "open access" AND "your field".  For example: "open access" AND "business management".