SPARC Europe releases white paper on Open Access in the humanities

Monday, December 1, 2014

SPARC Europe has released a briefing paper for scholars in the humanities, Open Access for the Humanities, which highlights the Open Access publishing outlets available, the issues surrounding them, and possibilities for future publication practices, such as post-publication feedback and revision. They give pointers on publishing research articles and discuss Open Access book and monograph publishing to ensure that more of your work will be publicly available. Included at the end is a list of links to other helpful resources.

  • Ada Emmett
    Director, Shulenburger Office of Scholarly Communication & Copyright, KU Libraries
  • Josh Bolick
    Scholarly Communication Librarian
    Shulenburger Office of Scholarly Communication & Copyright, KU Libraries
  • Marianne Reed
    Digital Initiatives Coordinator
    Digital Initiatives & Discovery Services, KU Libraries
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