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Título : Self-archiving policies in the health sciences journals field: a perspective from an institutional repository
Autor : Toro Sánchez-Blanco, Pilar
Filiación: Andalusian eHealth Library, Andalusia Health Regional Ministry, Seville, Spain
Palabras clave : Self-archiving
Open access
Scholarly publishing business model
Health science
MeSH: Medical Subject Headings::Information Science::Information Science::Information Centers::Libraries::Libraries, Digital
Medical Subject Headings::Information Science::Information Science::Publishing::Open Access Publishing
Fecha de publicación : Jun-2016
Editorial : European Association for Health Information and Libraries
Cita Bibliográfica: Toro-Sánchez-Blanco P. Self-archiving policies in the health sciences journals field: a perspective from an institutional repository. Journal of the European Association for Health Information and Libraries, 2016(12);2:13-16
Abstract: Being respectful with copyright and author rights has been always a priority for the Andalusian eHealth Library in the management of the Repository. Legal criterion is one of the key aspects to accept content in it. However, learning the self-archiving policy of scientific health science journals may be difficult sometimes, despite the valuable help of databases such as Sherpa/Romeo and Dulcinea. This paper examines access policies and selfarchiving conditions; use of Creative Commons (CC) licenses; and article processing charges (APCs) of these journals, and compares their implementation in three business model: open access (OA), subscription-based and hybrid journals. The ultimate purpose is to find objective reasons that help our authors to ensure compliance with open access legislation and funding body requirements.
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ISSN : 1841-0715
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