Links to open access advocates and publishers A – Z

Elementa: Science of the Anthropocene

Elementa publishes original research reporting on new knowledge of the Earth’s physical, chemical, and biological systems; interactions between human and natural systems; and steps that can be taken to mitigate and adapt to global change. Visit their site for more information

HAU Network of Ethnographic Theory

HAU-N.E.T., or the HAU Network of Ethnographic Theory, is an international network of research centres and anthropology departments working together to support HAU’s flagship journal and its innovative book series. The University of Canterbury is a participating institution. Visit the website for more information.

Open Science Federation

The Open Science Federation is a nonprofit alliance working to improve the conduct and communication of science. We are scientists and citizen scientists, writers, journalists, and educators, and makers of and advocates for Open Data, Open Access, and Open Source and Standards. Visit the website for more details.

PeerJ

PeerJ is an international open access publisher with a “mission is to efficiently publish the world’s knowledge”. Its two publications serve the biological and medical sciences, however social science articles are also made accessible. Visit the website for further information.

PLOS Open Access

PLOS is a nonprofit organisation that advocates for and produces open access publications. It facilitates the PLOS Blog Network and publishes PLOS Collections, a combination of interdisciplinary content from the physical science-based PLOS journals. Visit the website for more information.