When an article is published Open Access (OA), anyone with an Internet connection can read it free of charge. The peer-review process is the same as for traditional publishing, but the author – and not the publisher – is the copyright holder and gets to decide where else to share the final article after it is published. These advantages of OA publishing increase the article’s visibility, downloads, citations, and impact.
Find out below how to publish OA at a discount or even for free, how to publish OA in high-quality journals in your field, and how to make your non-OA publications visible and openly accessible after all.
Do you have any questions or would you like guidance in publishing your work OA? Please contact the information specialist of your faculty or send your question to the Research Support Desk. They will gladly help you.
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