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https://scholarlykitchen.sspnet.org/.../diamond-open-access-societies-mission/Jun 1, 2017 ... In this article Robert Harington assesses the Diamond open access model for
society journal publishing.
https://academia.stackexchange.com/.../what-is-diamond-open-accessDiamond open access is like gold, in that the article is immediately open access
in the journal, and nobody has to pay to read it. However, in gold open access,
the author (or their institution or funding agency) normally has to pay a
publication fee to get the article published. In diamond open access, they ...
https://www.jasonmkelly.com/.../green-gold-and-diamond-a-short-primer-on- open-accessJan 27, 2013 ... Open access has garnered a lot of media attention since the digital community's
loss of Aaron Swartz. As a tribute to Swartz's “hacktivism” -- which included
freeing academic journal articles locked behind a paywall in JSTOR -- thousands
of scholars posted their own work online with the hashtag #pdftribute.
https://www.ua-magazine.com/diamond-open-access/Journal articles published in Diamond Open Access journals have a lot in
common with those published in Gold Open Access journals. They both have
high quality peer review and editing processes. The principal difference lies in
the absence of article processing fees. As mentioned above, the Gold model is
https://www.elsevier.com/journals/diamond.../open-access-optionsCheck the Open Access options for 'Diamond and Related Materials' Journal on
https://www.techdirt.com/.../diamond-open-access-gets-real-free-to-read-free- to-publish-arrives.shtmlA couple of years ago, we wrote about a new kind of open access. Alongside the
traditional "gold" open access, whereby research institutions pay publishers to
make academic papers freely available to all readers, and "green" open access,
which consists of posting papers to an institutional repository or ...
https://www.triple-c.at/index.php/tripleC/article/view/502Sep 9, 2013 ... The Diamond Model of Open Access Publishing: Why Policy Makers, Scholars,
Universities, Libraries, Labour Unions and the Publishing World Need to Take
Non-Commercial, Non-Profit Open Access Serious. Christian Fuchs University of
Westminster, Communication and Media Research Institute ...
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5577648/Among them, I would like to highlight the fair relationship to the biomedical
research community, reflected in its Diamond Open Access. Being Diamond
means that the journal does not earn money from the business, which is an
immediate distinction from the commercial publishers (1). We at the CMJ do not
charge readers, ...
https://blogs.lib.utexas.edu/.../discrete-analysis-a-diamond-open-access- journal/Sep 17, 2015 ... I just came across a blog post about a “diamond” open access journal called,
Discrete Analysis. It's being described as diamond open access because neither
the readers nor the authors pay. The journal sits on top of the arXiv infrastructure
but maintains the traditional peer review process. The journal will ...
https://gowers.wordpress.com/.../discrete-analysis-an-arxiv-overlay-journal/Sep 10, 2015 ... Are there any charges for publication? No. This journal is what some people call
a diamond open access journal: there are no charges for readers (obviously,
since the papers are on the arXiv), and no charges for authors.