List of open access projects
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Some of the most important open access publishing projects or lists of such projects are listed below.
- 1 OA Software
- 2 Institutional and Central Repositories
- 3 Open access publishers
- 4 Lists of open access journals (all fields, not institution-specific)
- 5 Other OA content
- 6 Policies and timelines
- 7 Other open access resources
- 8 References
OA Journal Software
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Free, open source software for open access journal publishing is available for those wishing to start up new journals, for example, the Open Journal Systems (OJS) developed by the Public Knowledge Project and HyperJournal developed by volunteers, but now partially funded by the political science faculty of Pisa University. While OJS and HyperJournal are designed for academic publishing, they can be used by anyone; for instance there is a group of grade 8 girls in Vancouver, British Columbia, who use OJS to publish their own peer-reviewed journal.
OA Repository Software
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Institutional and Central Repositories
A repository is different from a journal. It includes peer-reviewed journal articles from many journals self-archived by their authors, as well as other kinds of material. Most repositories are distributed, institutional and cross-disciplinary, and some are central, cross-institutional and discipline-based. Here are some examples of central, discipline-based repositories (For Institutional Repositories, see Registry of Open Access Repositories (ROAR).
- arXiv: Physics/Mathematics OA Archive (central)
- CogPrints: Cognitive Sciences OA Archive (central)
- Citebase: Citation-linked browser (harvested from distributed websites)
- Citeseer: Computer Science (harvested from distributed websites)
- OpenMED@NIC: An open access archive for Medical and Allied Sciences
- PubMed Central: the U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH) free digital archive of biomedical and life sciences journal literature
- Research Papers in Economics: a collaborative effort of over 100 volunteers in 45 countries to enhance the dissemination of research in economics. The heart of the project is a decentralized database of working papers, journal articles and software components. All RePEc material is freely available.
- NNMATH a project in progress to create an open access database of reviews of mathematical articles.
Harvesters and Registries of Repositories
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- The CORE (COnnecting REpositories) system aggregates millions of metadata records and full-text scholarly papers from hundreds of Open Access repositories.
- University of Illinois OAI-PMH Data Provider Registry
- Directory of Open Access Repositories
- OAIster list
- ROAR Registry of Open Access Repositories
- European Guide to OAI-PMH Digital Repositories in the World
Open access publishers
Some notable open access publishers are:
Publishers of hybrid open access journals
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- Springer (Offers open access as an option in all its 1200+ journals)
- Elsevier (Offers open access as an option in many of its 2000+ journals)
Lists of open access journals (all fields, not institution-specific)
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- Directory of Open Access Journals
- Journals4Free 
- LivRe 
- Open J-Gate
- University of Nevada Collection of Free Electronic Journals
- Open access publishing Scientific Journals published by CSIC, covering subjects in Science, Arts and Humanities and Social Sciences.
- Elektronische Zeitschriftenbibliothek
- Jan Szczepanski's lists of OA-journals
Lists of open access journals limited to certain fields
Other OA content
Open access encyclopedias
- Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy: an academic encyclopedia, produced by philosophy scholars
- Wikipedia: not necessarily written by academic authors
- Interdisciplinary Documentation on Religion and Science: "a natural expansion of the work carried out preparing the Dizionario Interdisciplinare di Scienza e Fede, published in Italian in 2002 (Rome: Urbaniana University Press - Citta Nuova, 2002), partly translated into English and offered here on-line."
Open access image databases
- CAPL: Culturally Authentic Pictorial Lexicon Multilingual, visual lexicon from Washington & Jefferson College
- New York Public Library Digital Gallery
- German National Image Database for Art and Architecture
Policies and timelines
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- Peter Suber's list of the better lists
- Registry of Open Access Repository Material Archiving Policies (ROARMAP)
- ROMEO/Eprints Registry of Journal Self-Archiving Policies
- SHERPA/RoMEO Registry of Publisher Self-Archiving Policies
- Peter Suber's lists related to the OA movement
- Peter Suber's list of OA-related conferences and workshops
- Peter Suber's timeline of the OA movement
- Peter Suber's list of what you can do to promote open access
- An Open Letter to the U.S. Congress Signed by 25 Nobel Prize Winners (August 26, 2004) in support of a bill requiring all research funded by the National Institutes of Health to be published in an open access form
Other open access resources
- Open Access to Scientific Literature - OASE
- PLEIADI: Portal for the Italian Electronic Literature in Open and Institutional Archives
- Beyond Open Access: Open Discourse, the next great equalizer, Retrovirology 2006, 3:55
OA Volunteer Support Group
Open access research tools
- FreeFullPDF Search engine for multidisciplinary free scientific papers
- JURN a search-engine for 3,800 open ejournals in the arts and humanities
- Open Medical Abstracts an abstracting service covering hundreds of open ejournals in medical sciences and clinical practice.
Tracking open access developments
- SPARC Open Access Newsletter, news and analysis by Peter Suber
- American Scientist Open Access Forum, covering open access developments since its founding by Stevan Harnad in 1998
- Open Access Archivangelism, a weblog by Stevan Harnad
- "RePEc: Research Papers in Economics". repec.org.
- "OAI Registry at UIUC (searchform.asp)". uiuc.edu.
- Peter Millington. "OpenDOAR - Home Page - Directory of Open Access Repositories". opendoar.org.
- http://www.openarchives.eu Openarchives.eu
- DOAJ. "Directory of Open Access Journals". doaj.org.
- "Journals for Free". journals4free.com.
- "Non-Existent Domain". openjgate.com.
- "Mathewson-IGT Knowledge Center - Home Page". unr.edu.
- "Revistas CSIC: revistas electrónicas del Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (CSIC)". csic.es.
- Die Elektronische Zeitschriftenbibliothek English version)] (EZB) Increasingly out-of-date at 2010.
- "Journals and newspapers in the library". his.se.