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Insights into the economy of Open Scholarship: A look into the Open Library of Humanities with Martin Paul Eve, Co-founder

TitleInsights into the economy of Open Scholarship: A look into the Open Library of Humanities with Martin Paul Eve, Co-founder
Publication TypeReport
Year of Publication2019
AuthorsFranck, G.
PublisherKnowledge Exchange
Pagination1-12
Date Published06/2019
Place PublishedBristol, UK
Keywordsopen access journals, open scholarship
Abstract

OLH is a UK charity, with a board of trustees who
are responsible for governance. Income generated
cannot be used for any purpose other than OLH’s
charitable goals. OLH is funded via a ‘library
partnership subsidy model’, with over 200 libraries
paying an annual sum in order for OLH to publish
24 open access journals that don’t require authors
to pay article processing charges (APCs), including
a mega journal called ‘Open Library of Humanities’.
Occasionally, OLH also pursues grants to fund
tangential activities such as marketing and
innovation research.

URLhttp://repository.jisc.ac.uk/7296/1/Insights_into_the_Economy_of_Open_Scholarship_-_A_look_into_the_Open_Library_of_Humanities_March_2019.pdf
DOI10.5281/zenodo.2586862
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