UCL is firmly committed to open access publishing, makes funds available to pay Gold article processing charges on behalf of authors, and supports open access initiatives such as PeerJ. The funds that UCL has deposited with PeerJ allow UCL authors initially to become PeerJ members at the Basic level, but UCL’s Open Access Team can agree upgrades to enhanced or investigator membership if authors would like to publish more than one article per year. Contact the Team for advice at firstname.lastname@example.org
For information on open access at UCL, see the university’s open access pages at http://www.ucl.ac.uk/library/open-access/
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