IGI Global’s Entire Journal Catalogue (170+ Journals) Now Publishing Under Open Access

By IGI Global Open Access Division on Jan 6, 2023
IGI Global is pleased to announce that the remainder of their hybrid/standard journals are now officially converted to Gold Open Access (OA) as of January 1st, 2023. This signifies the climax of IGI Global’s three-year initiative to convert their catalogue of scholarly journals to the Gold Open Access publication model. IGI Global’s collection of journals contains 175 gold journals and one platinum Open Access journal.
The entire collection of journals can be accessed directly through their respective webpages as well as IGI Global’s InfoSci Platform. Additionally, libraries can easily integrate the journals into their discovery system through IGI Global’s OA Collection. Gold Open Access publishing is an emerging publication model which provides numerous benefits to researchers including, freely available content, wider accessibility, and higher citation rates after converting to OA. To learn more about IGI Global’s Open Access program, please visit IGI Global’s OA Journal webpage.
Why You Should Publish Under Open Access With IGI Global
  • Affordable APCs (much lower than the industry average)
  • Rigorous & Expediate Publishing
  • Networking & Collaboration
  • Increased Discoverability
  • Acceleration of Citation Impact
Quick Links
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Submit an OA Journal Proposal
Submit an OA Manuscript
View All OA Journals
OA Agreements & Options

Submit to IGI Global’s Web of Science Indexed Journals
Submit to IJDWMSubmit to IJWSRSubmit to IJSWISSubmit to JDMSubmit to JOEUCSubmit to JGIM
2023 Recently Converted Journals:
Please visit IGI Global’s Call for Papers to begin your submission today.
Understanding Article Processing Charges (APCs) and Available Funding Resources
IGI Global OA journals operate with open access processing charges paid by the author or another funding source or sources. Article Processing Charges (APC) are not requested until AFTER the article manuscript has gone through a double-blind peer review process and is accepted into its respective publication. Authors of rejected manuscripts are not expected to pay an APC.
APCs exist to offset the fees of publication that were originally covered by subscription or reading costs. Since these publications are no longer subscribed to by outside individuals or institutions, OA processing charges are crucial to sustain the publications and the publisher’s workflow.
Information regarding OA funding resources can be found here.
Additionally, authors who previously published their work under standard access and are interested in converting their work to OA in order to increase sharing capabilities for their research can do so under IGI Global’s Retrospective Open Access Program.
For more information regarding publishing under OA or the recently converted OA journals, please contact IGI Global’s Open Access Division at openaccessadmin@igi-global.com.
About IGI Global

Founded in 1988 and headquartered in Hershey, Pennsylvania, USA with a subsidiary office (IGI Science and Technology, Ltd.) operating out of Beijing, China, IGI Global is a leading medium-sized independent international academic publisher of scholarly reference sources. They are committed to facilitating the discovery of pioneering scientific research that enhances and expands the body of knowledge available to the research community through traditional and open access publishing workflows. Working in close collaboration with more than 150,000+ expert researchers and professionals from leading institutions, IGI Global publishes quality peer-reviewed content across 350+ topics in 11 core subject areas, including business, computer science, education, engineering, healthcare, social sciences, and more. Learn more about IGI Global here.

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