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Find Publisher OA Policies

Please browse the following indexes to find publisher policies regarding open access:

OA Repositories and Directories

The following is a representative, but not exhaustive, list of major open access repositories or directories of repositories.  You may also want to do a search on a site like JournalGuide and limit to "Has open access options" in order to find open access journals to publish in.

Chapman also has an open access repository: Chapman University Digital Commons.  Contact Kristin Laughtin-Dunker for more information on how to make your research openly available, as well as how to comply with open access funder mandates, through the Digital Commons.


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