Support for Cornell Authors
Financial support for Cornell authors
Services for Cornell authors
Support for Open Access Journal Editors
Cornell University Library provides a journal hosting service for Cornell-affiliated authors of open access journals.
Your Library Liaison can help identify resources to enhance the discovery, access and preservation of an open access journal developed at Cornell:
- Indexing: Librarians can identify publishers of indexing and abstracting databases that may accept your journal for inclusion. Librarians can make direct recommendations to some publishers (e.g. Ebsco or Proquest), or provide contact and policy information for others (e.g. Web of Science).
- Library catalog record: Librarians can ensure that a record is created for the Cornell University Library Catalog.
- DOAJ: It is important to register open access journals in the Directory of Open Access Journals as a discovery tool. In addition, the record can then be automatically harvested for inclusion in library catalogs around the world. More information on applying for your journal to be in DOAJ is available.
- Preservation: To ensure long term content security and access, librarians can provide information on options such as institutional repositories, LOCKSS or Portico.
Transitioning an existing journal to open access
Resources for transitioning a traditional, subscription-based journal to open access:
- The University of California Office of Scholarly Communication Transitioning Journals to Open Access toolkit.
- SPARC's Transitioning your journal from subscription to open access.