The OI is an independent research organization sponsored by William & Mary.
As we have thought, talked, and written about Open Access, we have also gathered a set of helpful resources.
We encourage you to explore such issues as APCs, automatic waivers, CCBY licensing, gold and green (and potentially other) models, and model OA policies.
We will be adding to this. Feel free to make suggestions.
List of Resources
- Articles published in American journals can be submitted to the REF. http://oieahc.wm.edu/wmq/oa_policies_UK.html
Karin Wulf, guest post for Scholarly Kitchen, March 25, 2015, “Karin Wulf on Open Access and Historical Scholarship.” http://scholarlykitchen.sspnet.org/2015/03/25/guest-post-karin-wulf-on-open-access-and-historical-scholarship/
Scholarly Kitchen, a blog of the Society for Scholarly Publishing, which frequently features posts about Open Access: http://scholarlykitchen.sspnet.org
The Royal Historical Society website, which has information and white papers on issues about Open Access in the UK: http://www.royalhistoricalsociety.org
Harvard Model Open Access Policy for Higher Education. https://osc.hul.harvard.edu/sites/default/files/model-policy-annotated_01_2013.pdf
Rebecca Darley, Daniel Reynolds, and Chris Wickham, “Open Access Journals in Humanities and Social Sciences,” The British Academy, 2014. http://www.britac.ac.uk/openaccess/
Peter Mandler, “Open Access for the Humanities: Not for Funders, Scientists,or Publishers,” Journal of Victorian Culture 18: 4 (2013) http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/13555502.2013.865981
Eric Slauter and Karin Wulf, “Open Access for the Humanities: A View from the William and Mary Quarterly” paper presented at the McNeil Center for Early American Studies, February 21, 2014: http://oieahc.wm.edu/about/Slauter_Wulf_OA_MCEAS.pdf.
Laura Stevens, “Getting What you Pay for: Open Access and the Future of Humanities Publishing,” Tulsa Studies in Women’s Literature (Spring 2013). http://utulsa.edu/tswl/preface/preface-spring-2013-vol-32-no-1/
Robert B. Townsend, “From Publishing to Communication: The AHA’s Online Journey,” Perspectives on History May 2013. http://www.historians.org/publications-and-directories/perspectives-on-history/may-2013/from-publishing-to-communication