[open-archaeology] Fwd: Internet Archaeology issues 1-21 now open access
clmorgan at gmail.com
Mon Jan 21 12:32:24 UTC 2013
Ohh, since it is CC-BY, maybe someone can go through and rationalize
the articles by making them into PDFs. That would be nice!
On Fri, Jan 18, 2013 at 6:19 PM, Stefano Costa <stefano.costa at okfn.org> wrote:
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> The news has been spreading already on the internets, but I wanted to
> make sure that everyone knows about this.
> For the open-open-minded, all the content is licensed CC-BY.
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> Oggetto: Internet Archaeology issues 1-21 now open access
> Data: Fri, 18 Jan 2013 11:55:51 +0000
> Mittente: Judith Winters <judith.winters at YORK.AC.UK>
> Rispondi-a: Judith Winters <judith.winters at YORK.AC.UK>
> A: ADS-ALL at JISCMAIL.AC.UK
> I am very pleased to announce that Internet Archaeology
> <http://intarch.ac.uk/>'s back catalogue (up to and including issue 21)
> is now Open Access. That's more than half of all our published content
> now freely available.
> As of this week, a low-cost subscription will be required only for
> content in issues 22 onwards, except where Open Access
> <http://intarch.ac.uk/open_access.html> has already been enabled in
> these later issues.
> It is IA policy <http://intarch.ac.uk/authors/edpol.html#funding> to
> enable Open Access on all content when article development costs are met
> with the longer term aim of making the whole of IA open. As a result of
> this move, the cost of access to articles for individuals has been
> reduced to £7.50 for individuals (permanent access).
> Having demonstrated a serious effort to move in this direction, the
> journal will look to its future authors for the funds to cover article
> development costs (via grant-giving/funding bodies or other research
> sponsors). But if you have no access to funding, then this is not an
> obstacle to a publication in IA. Your article would be subject to
> subscription during this transition but of course this is subject to
> change with a stepped increase in OA uptake and/or other external
> Please feel free to email me if you have any queries.
> With best wishes
> - --
> Judith Winters
> Editor, Internet Archaeology
> http://intarch.ac.uk <http://intarch.ac.uk/>
> @IntarchEditor <https://twitter.com/IntarchEditor>
> Department of Archaeology, University of York YO1 7EP
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