A Creative Commons-licence provides for open access to research findings or publications, without the author having to be concerned with various legal aspects.
A luncheon information network at DTU that discusses open access and publishing issues.
Development and use of journal lists with OA, copyright and impact factor information.
The purpose of open access (OA) is to provide free, instant online access to research findings without any restrictions for end users.
An open access (OA) archive is a digital archive containing research findings that are freely available for downloading.
Open Journal Systems (OJS) is open source software for publishing journals. The software was developed by Public Knowledge Project.
Open Monograph Press (OMP) is an open source software, which is used for publicing e-books.
Publication types are valued differently within the individual disciplines due to various reasons.
A vast majority of funding providers require articles published in peer-revied journals which should be made freely accessible through open access
One research library participated in the launching of a new OA journal and offered help in the form of advice on copyright, visibility, trademark registration and DOI.