Author Open Access Option: a new facility for Inderscience authors
31 December, 2009
Inderscience has introduced a new option for authors. Authors can now request Inderscience to make their articles accepted for publication available online and openly accessible to all without any restriction except use for commercial purposes. This means that readers may access, read, download or print out the article free of charge, even if their library does not hold the journal on subscription. In exchange for these facilities, authors will pay Inderscience a simple fee to cover the cost of publication. Inderscience continues to publish its journals on subscription. This option caters for authors that want to ensure that their work is available to anyone free of charge, Inderscience's Author Open Access Option enable authors to pay a modest fee to provide open access. Inderscience will treat all papers submitted for publication in exactly the same way, with rigorous peer review, professional editing and production, and worldwide publication, including inclusion in the CrossRef citation linking system and in appropriate indexes. If the author takes up the Author Open Access Option, the article will be designated as open access in the journal. For more details, please click here.