Finding the right open-access journal with B!SON

« More and more researchers require their results to be openly available (Kramer and Bosman, 2016). However, it can turn out complex and time-consuming to realize this simple premise: publishers offer a variety of payment models to secure their revenue after the subscription model is discontinued. Academic institutions and funders are making increasingly binding commitments to open access (see Sherpa Juliet) and also provide support measures. When it comes to the question “Where to publish?” scientists are faced with complex decisions that lie outside their field of expertise. (…) »

source >, Anita Eppelin, Elias Entrup, Anett Hoppe, Josephine Hartwig, 16 novembre 2021