The first Open Access Week blog post looked at how and why individual researchers and groups within JHU make their research openly available. Now it’s time to tell you the variety of ways that the JHU Libraries support open research.
Support of Open Platforms
JHU Libraries support several groups that provide platforms where researchers can make their research openly available. They include:
Discounted Open Access Charges
We work with OA journal publishers to provide discounted Article Processing Charges (APC) to JHU authors.
Support of Open Content
JHU Libraries also support groups experimenting with open publishing. This can be books, journals, and other forms of research.
- Open Access guide provides information and links to further reading about Open Access
- Librarians will discuss Open Access with you
- Data consultants help you make your data accessible
- ETD program makes your dissertation freely available
- ORCID registration helps identify you
- Link resolver embedded in open indexes like Google Scholar and PubMed
Curious about any of these and want to learn more? Send me an e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.