Open access

Frontiers’ financial commitment to open access publishing

October 13, 2015 // 6 Comments

As a publisher, it is our duty to ensure that the business fundamentals behind Frontiers are sound and sustainable. We are responsible towards the community, to the more than 60,000 researchers who have formally joined our editorial boards, to the 140,000 authors who have published with us, and to our employees. [...]

The silent revolution in peer review

August 3, 2015 // 1 Comment

Changes in scholarly publishing over the last 20 y include the emergence of preprint servers and the growth of OA. But other important changes have received less publicity. Richard Walker and Pascal Rocha da Silva discuss. [...]

The State of OA in Humanities

June 21, 2015 // 0 Comments

Dr Martin Paul Eve's book Open Access in the Humanities is an incredibly detailed, extensive and comprehensive exploration of, well, Open Access in the Humanities. He gauges the Humanities publication field, siding for Open Access yet galantly acknowledging the multiplicity of perspectives which enter into the debate. [...]