Open access publishing, Scholarly publishing, Electronic journals, Academic libraries
This panel session asks why is hybrid open access important? Scholarly publishers have responded to the OA movement by offering authors the choice of publishing their articles as Open Access (using an author pays funding mechanism) in subscription journals. The study surveys eight publishers to explore a number of questions about the mechanics, implementation, price impacts, and author tracking of this model; and investigates the uptake at two research institutions, with one operating in a NIH Public Access Policy environment.
Champieux, Robin; Emery, Jill; and Stasik, Kasia, "Halfway Open or Halfway Shut?: OA Hybrid Journals in Academia" (2013). Library Faculty Publications and Presentations. 94.