Author’s Guide to developing Open Access

As co-editor of E-LIS eprints OA repository, here are few interesting and useful links for researchers, Phd, MS and students who want to publish their papers in Open Access archives. EPrints has a growing community of users and is creating the environment in which Open Access will become the norm for distributing research. For those who are not familiar with open access, OA journal-publishing and self-archiving, more information you will find here. You can also install Eprints repository software (version 3.0) with good functionality, more flexibility to repository  for managers, depositors, researchers and technical administrators.

Eprints handbook you can find here,  demonstration of Eprints here, and two new guides: Open access to Knowledge and Research here, and Guide for Developing Open Access Through Your Digital Repository (in PDF) – here. Do not forget to share it with other researchers and colleagues.

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