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Open access and the British Journal of Occupational Therapy.

Norman K - Br J Occup Ther (2015)

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Affiliation: Managing editor, British Journal of Occupational Therapy, previously Editorial Manager, PLOS Biology.

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This editorial offers a brief overview of open access (OA) publication and how the British Journal of Occupational Therapy (BJOT) supports it... OA publishing started in the early 1990s when groups of researchers started putting their work online via university Web servers... In recent years, established journal publishers have developed completely OA journals and/or allow authors to publish their articles as OA within a subscription journal – this is commonly known as hybrid OA publishing, and is possible in BJOT through SAGE Choice... OA publication within a subscription journal such as BJOT is ‘gold OA’... The author normally pays an ‘article processing charge’ (APC) that covers the publication costs of their article... The published article is OA... Increasingly, universities provide funds to support staff in publishing as gold OA and some funding bodies build APC charges into their grants... But for authors who do not want to or cannot pay OA charges, green OA permits them to comply with government and funding body requirements by self-archiving... Authors can place their accepted article (the final version before it is edited and typeset) on their university OA repository, and publishers often permit archiving the final published version after an embargo period... Now that OA is becoming part of the mainstream for publishers and institutions, there is much information online to help authors understand what is involved; some reliable resources are listed below... If you are interested in publishing your accepted article as gold OA in BJOT, visit the journal at bjo.sagepub.com or feel free to contact the BJOT editorial office for further information... This issue contains an article published as OA, by Yeliz Prior and colleagues.

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Open access and the British Journal of Occupational Therapy.

Norman K - Br J Occup Ther (2015)

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Related In: Results  -  Collection

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View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Managing editor, British Journal of Occupational Therapy, previously Editorial Manager, PLOS Biology.

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This editorial offers a brief overview of open access (OA) publication and how the British Journal of Occupational Therapy (BJOT) supports it... OA publishing started in the early 1990s when groups of researchers started putting their work online via university Web servers... In recent years, established journal publishers have developed completely OA journals and/or allow authors to publish their articles as OA within a subscription journal – this is commonly known as hybrid OA publishing, and is possible in BJOT through SAGE Choice... OA publication within a subscription journal such as BJOT is ‘gold OA’... The author normally pays an ‘article processing charge’ (APC) that covers the publication costs of their article... The published article is OA... Increasingly, universities provide funds to support staff in publishing as gold OA and some funding bodies build APC charges into their grants... But for authors who do not want to or cannot pay OA charges, green OA permits them to comply with government and funding body requirements by self-archiving... Authors can place their accepted article (the final version before it is edited and typeset) on their university OA repository, and publishers often permit archiving the final published version after an embargo period... Now that OA is becoming part of the mainstream for publishers and institutions, there is much information online to help authors understand what is involved; some reliable resources are listed below... If you are interested in publishing your accepted article as gold OA in BJOT, visit the journal at bjo.sagepub.com or feel free to contact the BJOT editorial office for further information... This issue contains an article published as OA, by Yeliz Prior and colleagues.

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