As the cost of journal subscriptions continues to rise, we need more authors like you to publish their scholarly work in open access journals. We hope that you’ll encourage your colleagues to do the same. If you have other questions about open access publishing, please feel free to talk with the library liaison in your department.
Since it’s International Open Access Week (Oct 18-22), and we wanted to send a small token of our appreciation (a t-shirt from PLoS) to some lucky UI authors (we drew names) who have recently published in an open access journal in the Public Library of Science.
Congratulations to our winners!
- Botond Banfi, associate professor in Anatomy and Cell Biology
- Kevin Bugge, staff member in Pediatrics
- Karla Daniels, associate research scientist in Biology
- Pamela Geyer, professor in Molecular and Cellular Biology
- Adam Hedberg-Buenz, graduate research assistant in Molecular Physiology and Biophysics; Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences
- Shihao Shen, graduate research assistant in Biostatistics
- Diane Slusarski, professor in Biological Sciences
- Anne Tye, undergraduate research assistant in Internal Medicine
Are you wondering who else among your peers is publishing in Open Access Journals?
Faculty across The University of Iowa are already publishing in Open Access journals. This is just the beginning; there is more you can do to become part of the solution.