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Whether you're new to open access or have years of experience, below are common and emerging tools to help guide you through the open access publishing process. These include resources on metrics, third-party peer review, determining the legitimacy of an open access journal, social media, and more. If you have questions or ideas for additional tools, please ScholarsArchive@OSU.
OSU faculty passed an Open Access policy in 2013 that requires deposit of research articles to the ScholarsArchive@OSU open access repository. The policy builds on the COAS and Geosciences OA policies previously passed in 2011.
More information about the Oregon State University Open Access Policy.
The library offers some Open Access article publishing support by providing financial support for authors interested in publishing their articles in MDPI or PeerJ.
Tools to help you write, code, and create scholarly articles.
Independent peer-review services to help improve the review process. Note that journals may still want to perform their own peer-review.
Ways to make your data and articles more dynamic and easy to read.
Tools to help you assess the impact of an article, whether number of times cited, read, shared, or blogged.
Other ways to share and discuss your science—because science is social!