The Dartmouth Open Access Publishing Fund covers the processing fees for publishing scholarly and scientific articles in peer reviewed open access journals. These journals make the articles available to all readers worldwide regardless of ability to pay for these articles through subscriptions or individually. This increases the visibility and impact of the results of Dartmouth research and scholarship. It also helps fulfill the public access requirements of funding agencies.
Recently funded articles include:
Batsis, J., Zbehlik, A., Pidgeon, D. & Bartels, S. (2015). Dynapenic obesity and the effect on long-term physical function and quality of life: data from the osteoarthritis initiative. BMC Geriatrics. DOI: 10.1186/s12877-015-0118-9
Melin, A. D., & Dominy, N. J. (2015).
Do oxygen isotope values in collagen reflect the ecology and physiology of neotropical mammals? Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution: Paleoecology. DOI: 10.3389/fevo.2015.00127
Micieli, J. & Tsui, E. (2015). Ophthalmology on social networking sites: an observational study of Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn. Clinical Ophthalmology. DOI: 10.2147/OPTH.S79032
How do I apply for funding?
If you would like to publish your scholarly work in an open access journal, ask about the Dartmouth Open Access Fund for the journal(s) you are considering. Please contact us:
Barbara DeFelice, Program Director for Scholarly Communication, Copyright, and Publishing
Jen Green, Digital Scholarship Librarian
You may also visit the Dartmouth Open Access Publishing Fund webpage to access the application and more information.