Open Access Publishing Funds in Action: The Experience of Three Libraries
Arts and Humanities
As journal publishing moves from a subscription-based model to an author-pays model, many universities and libraries are establishing funds to pay authors' article publishing charges. This session will provide examples of open access funds at three different kinds of institutions a major research university, a health science university, and a comprehensive university. Attendees will gain an understanding of why these funds were established and how they are supported, promoted, and managed. Each panelist will present a case study describing the structure, performance, reception, and long-term sustainability of his or her institution's open access fund.
Charleston Conference: Issues in Book and Serial Acquisitions
Way, Doug; Champieux, Robin; and Moore, Margaret, "Open Access Publishing Funds in Action: The Experience of Three Libraries" (2014). Faculty Scholarly Dissemination Grants. 705.
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