Radical Access: The SFU Scholarly Publishing blog
SFU researchers to benefit from two new transformative agreements with Canadian Science Publishing and Wiley
Conversations around open access publishing often focus on open access journals and journal articles. But what about open access books?
While scholarly monograph publishing has been slower to adopt open access due to a number of factors, proponents of open access recognize the importance of expanding Open to include book publishing.
Voice from the field: A former editor-in-chief shares their perspective on student-run peer-reviewed journals
Next week (October 25-31) is Open Access Week, and we’re taking the opportunity to hear from former editor-in-chief, Dr. Poh Tan about her experiences as editor for an open access, graduate student-run, and peer-reviewed journal: SFU Educational Review.
Students, faculty, and staff at SFU can work with the Library to publish academic and educational content using open source software developed right here at SFU Library through our Digital Publishing division. Read on to learn about some recent book projects created by students in their classes and published with the Library.
SFU Library is proud to announce our first two transformative agreements with scholarly publishers. As a member of the Canadian Research Knowledge Network (CRKN), SFU has recently signed agreements with SAGE Publishing and the Public Library of Science (PLOS) that open a new way to publish open access to SFU authors.