Tagged: Open access

British Journal of Community Justice

Open Access Criminology Journals

We’ve just added two new Open Access journals to the Key Resources list for Criminology/Criminal Justice They are the British Journal of Community Justice and Prison Service Journal. You’ll also find both of these in the Journals Titles...

Open Access Week

  Open Access Week ran from 20-26 Oct 2020 with a theme To be Open with Purpose: Taking Action to Build Structural Equity and Inclusion encouraging all stakeholders in the provision of Open Access...

Open Access Resources for Social Sciences

We’ve just added some new Open Access resources onto our Journal Titles list. The Scandinavian Journal of Disability Research turned Open Access at the end of 2017 and is a useful international academic journal...

An Open Access Reminder

Open Access (OA) research is free to read, with none of the paywall barriers often associated with traditional publishers using a subscription publishing model. By making research OA , authors can also choose to...

event audience (crowd)

Participations open access journal

Check out Participations, an open access journal which is devoted to developing the broad field of cultural and media audiences. The journal aims to include work across all fields of media and culture. There...

SURE isn’t just for the REF

Just read a rather  bleak article in the Times Higher that describes one academic’s experience of higher education in England.  His frustrations have led to him taking a position at a university in Germany....

Research

Know Your Embargoes

I thought it was worth posting a reminder about the embargo periods some publishers impose on the depositing of final author-created manuscripts in SURE.                    ...

ORCID and SURE

Sure is now linked with ORCID, the persistent identifier for researchers.  ORCID (Open Researcher Contributor Identification Initiative) allows users to create a unique 16 digit code that acts something like an ISBN for authors....