Emory University strives to create positive transformation in the world, and one approach is for Emory authors to make their research available as open access. To further that goal, the Emory Libraries and Information Technology Services are committed to making it easier for Emory authors to publish open access, and exploring new models of open access publishing.
Therefore, we have established an institutional membership with PeerJ, and will pay the cost of a Basic PeerJ publication plan for each Emory author on a paper that is accepted for publication in PeerJ. This PeerJ Basic plan remains yours for life, even if you leave Emory!
When your article is accepted for publication in PeerJ, Emory affiliated authors should return to this page to submit your claim for a Basic Membership and complete the email verification.
We trust that offering Emory authors publicaiton plans with PeerJ will encourage Emory authors (both faculty and students) to make their scholarship openly accessible. If you have questions regarding our support of PeerJ, or other open access initiatives supported by Emory Libraries, please contact Melanie Kowalski at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the Emory Open Access Publishing Fund page at https://open.library.emory.edu/authors/oa-fund/.
*If you are taking the membership route, all authors of an accepted article must have a paid membership. https://peerj.com/pricing/#apc-membership-pricing.
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