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SFU Open Access Fund to cover SpringerOpen Article Processing Charges

Thursday, July 22nd, 2010

Springer announced the launch of a suite of Open Access journals, the first issues scheduled for publication in 2011.  Authors will retain copyright under the Creative Commons Attribution License to the 12 peer reviewed journals in a range of disciplines.    Funded by author-side fees (article processing charges), the journal articles will be freely available online and can be freely redistributed and reused, complying with a growing number of  funding-agency open access mandates.

To obtain funding from SFU Library’s Open Access Fund to publish in SpringerOpen or other Open Access journals, visit the Library’s Scholarly Publishing website.

SFU Authors Publish OA

Monday, May 17th, 2010

Astrid van der Horst and Nancy R. Forde are among the first SFU authors to publish an article using SFU’s Open Access Fund, administered by the SFU Library.

van der Horst, A., & Forde, N. R. (2010). Power spectral analysis for optical trap stiffness calibration from high-speed camera position detection with limited bandwidth. Optics Express, 18(8), 7670-7677. doi:10.1364/OE.18.007670

Look here for a more detailed list of open access articles by SFU authors.  Don’t see your article listed?  Please tell us about it.

SFU Launches Open Access Fund

Wednesday, May 5th, 2010

Beginning February 2010 the SFU Library is pleased to administer a central fund to support SFU authors who publish in Open Access journals that charge Article Processing Charges.

Memberships or monthly invoicing arrangements are in place with these publishers:

* BioMed Central
* Public Library of Science
* Hindawi Publishing

SFU authors who are faculty, staff or graduate students are eligible to use the Central fund.

Additional details can be found at: http://www.lib.sfu.ca/collections/scholarly-communication/sfu-open-access-fund