Hybrid Open Access Journals

Hybrid Open Access Journals

A newly popular variation on open-access journals is the hybrid open-access journal. This refers to a journal where only some of the articles are open access. This status typically requires the payment of a publication fee (also called a processing fee) to the publisher.

Read more about Hybrid Open Access Journals:  Terminology, History, Publishers and Names, Postulated Effect On Subscription Prices, University Funds To Support Open-access Journals, Advantages and Disadvantages, Advantages and Disadvantages To The Author, Variations

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