Open Access Week is celebrated annually during the 3rd week in October.
On October 21, 2014 the U of L Library hosted Jennifer Laloup, she is an editor at PLOS (Public Library of Science). She presented on Your Research, Your Article, Your Future: Publishing in an Open Access Journal
and on Submitting your article and research data for publication: The PLOS experience.
Open Access is happening everywhere, even right here at the University of Lethbridge! Check out these local OA resources.
Want to see if there's an Open Access resource in your subject area (and there probably is)? Try here!
There are so many open access resources for finding journals, journal articles, and books that we can't possibly list them all. But here are a few of the biggest & best with interdisciplinary coverage.
There are so many open access resources for finding journals, journal articles, books, and other materials that we can't possibly list them all, but here are a few of the biggest & best with specific coverage.
Many of the resources the U.S. Government produces are considered open access. Check these out!
Sometimes publisher and other corporations sponsor open access too. Check these out!