USU Libraries has negotiated agreements with publishers to cover the costs of open access publishing as part of our subscription and licensing deals. These agreements are designed to provide a way for USU authors to publish their work open access without having to pay the Article Processing Charges (APCs) out of their own pockets. These agreements allow USU researchers to make their work freely and openly accessible to a global audience, promoting the dissemination of knowledge and advancing the mission of the University.
USU libraries have partnered with the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) to make it possible for all USU authors to make their new conference proceedings or journal articles open access. Upon acceptance, authors will receive an email with information about selecting a creative commons license. For more information, click here.
Click here to see the list of qualifying conference proceedings, journals, and magazines.
You have the option to publish your accepted article as Open Access for free in any journal by Cambridge University Press, whether it's a fully open access journal or a hybrid one. Upon acceptance you will be asked to select the Creative Commons license that works for you.
For more information and to see a list of qualifying journals, click here.
All Taylor & Francis funding for 2023 has been depleted.
USU Libraries has a limited deposit to publish your accepted article as Open Access at no charge to you in any Taylor & Francis journal. Funds are replenished in January and spent on a first come, first serve basis.
Authors accepted to Gold OA journals will automatically qualify for funding. The library will be notified upon your formal acceptance and approve funding.
Authors accepted to Hybrid OA journals (Open Select journals) will be required to apply for funding. The library will be notified by Taylor & Francis upon your formal acceptance and email you a funding request application. If you would like to make your article open access, you must complete this form within 7 business days.
$0 of $54,000 since January 1 (last updated April 3)
December 31, 2023