How do I cite a journal article in my paper?
Citing a Journal Article in MLA (Print)The name of the author or authors for articles with one or two authors. The name of the article in quotation marks.The name of the journal in italics.The volume and issue number of the journal.The year of publication.The page number(s).
Does open access increase citations?
A recent study by Science-Metrix and 1science suggests that open access papers do have a citation advantage and that, on average, open access papers are associated with a 50 percent higher research impact (presumably from citations, although it is not clear if it is from citations alone) than those that are published …
How much does it cost to publish in an open access journal?
The largest open-access publishers — BioMed Central and PLoS — charge $1,350–2,250 to publish peer-reviewed articles in many of their journals, although their most selective offerings charge $2,700–2,900.
What are the benefits of open access?
Key OA benefits Researchers provide their articles to publishers for free, because their compensation comes in the form of recognition for their findings. Open Access means more readers, more potential collaborators, more citations for their work, and ultimately more recognition for them and their institution.
What is an open access good?
In economics, open access resources are, for the most part, rivalrous, non-excludable goods. This makes them similar to common goods during times of prosperity. Unlike many common goods, open access goods require little oversight or may be difficult to restrict access.
What is Open Access text?
OA Text is an independent open-access scientific publisher showcases innovative research and ideas aimed at improving health by linking research and practice to the benefit of society.
What is Open Access model?
Open access is a publishing model for scholarly communication that makes research information available to readers at no cost, as opposed to the traditional subscription model in which readers have access to scholarly information by paying a subscription (usually via libraries).
How do you know if an article is open access?
You can tell whether a journal is open access from their website. “Supports open access” doesn’t immediately say if the journal is completely open access, but it does mean that you will be able to publish open access in it.
How much does it cost to publish in Elsevier?
Elsevier’s APCs range between c$150 and c$6000 US Dollars excluding tax, depending on the journal, with prices clearly displayed on our Article Publishing Charge (APC) price list and on journal homepages. To know more about how and why we price articles differently, please visit our pricing page.