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SCOAPł Sponsoring Consortium for Open Access Publishing in Particle Physics

URL http://repo.scoap3.org/
Description Sponsoring Consortium for Open Access Publishing in Particle Physics (SCOAP3) SCOAP3 is a one-of-its-kind partnership of thousands of libraries and key funding agencies and research centers in two dozen countries. Working with leading publishers, SCOAP3 is converting key journals in the field of High-Energy Physics to Open Access at no cost for authors. SCOAP3 is centrally paying publishers for the costs involved in providing Open Access, publishers in turn reduce subscription fees to their customers, who contribute to SCOAP3. Each country participate in a way commensurate to its scientific output in this field. In addition, existing Open Access journals are also centrally supported, removing any existing financial barrier for authors. As a result, articles are Open Access, the copyright stays with the authors, permissive CC-BY license allow text- and data-mining applications. This automatically addresses funding-agencies or universities Open Access mandates. At no cost for authors.
Subjects Physics
Consortium CRKN
Subscription Subscription
Alumni Access Yes
   

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