List of Open Access Projects - Lists of Open Access Journals (all Fields, Not Institution-specific)

Lists of Open Access Journals (all Fields, Not Institution-specific)

  • Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ)
  • Journals4Free
  • JournalSeek
  • LivRe
  • Open J-Gate
  • University of Nevada Collection of Free Electronic Journals
  • RevistasCSIC.es Open access publishing Scientific Journals published by CSIC, covering subjects in Science, Arts and Humanities and Social Sciences. Articles in Spanish,
  • Perspectivia.net
  • Die Elektronische Zeitschriftenbibliothek English version)] (EZB) Increasingly out-of-date at 2010.
  • Jan Szczepanski's lists of OA-journals

For a more complete list, see:

  • the category, Open access journals
  • List of open access journals with Wikipedia entries

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