View IGI Global’s Latest Open Access Brochure

By IGI Global Open Access Division on Sep 27, 2022
We fully understand the ever-evolving nature of the open access movement and that there are still so many questions surrounding it as many researchers, librarians, and publishers are just now starting to experience it for the first time.
To support our valuable stakeholders in furthering their understanding of IGI Global’s Open Access Publishing Program, we are pleased to share:
IGI Global's Open Access Brochure provides critical information surrounding:
  • What is Open Access Publishing?
    • Open Access Publishing Models
    • Benefits of Open Access Publishing at IGI Global
    • Open Access Publishing Opportunities
  • Open Access Impact on Indexing
    • Content Accessibility and Its Influence on Citation Rates/Metrics
    • Cases of Successful Conversions to Open Access
  • Open Access Processing Charges and Funding
    • What Open Access Processing Charges Cover
    • Open Access Funding Resources
    • Open Access Agreements
  • Retrospective Open Access
    • Increasing Access and Impact for Previously Published Work
The brochure can also be found at the top of
IGI Global's Open Access Publishing Webpage
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 academic publisher of international scientific research. They are committed to facilitating the discovery of pioneering 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 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. With over 150,000+ industry-leading researchers and experts worldwide contributing to IGI Global’s publications, they ensure that each contains the most emerging and timeliest research. Learn more about IGI Global here.

Newsroom Contact

Emma Baronak
(717) 533-8845 ext. 183
ebaronak@igi-global.com
www.igi-global.com

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