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PeerJ: publishing in Bioscience and Computer Science--Pendergrass Library Publishing Plan pays the APC

 

Ann Viera (Pendergrass Library) and Peter Fernandez (ex Pendergrass Library, now at Hodges Library) are co-founders of the Pendergrass Library PeerJ publishing plan, with the support from many colleagues at the UTK Libraries.  We owe many thanks to the association ASERL which first brought PeerJ to our attention in 2014 with a Webinar,  and to OSU for leading the way with a PeerJ case study.

PeerJ @ UTK Libraries Institutional Plan timeline                       

 

 

 

 

Purpose:   How we found out about PeerJ and collaborated with colleagues to establish an institutional plan   9 February 2018 av

Ann Viera (Pendergrass Library) and Peter Fernandez (ex Pendergrass Library, now at Hodges Library) are co-founders of the Pendergrass Library PeerJ publishing plan, with the support from many colleagues at the UTK Libraries.  We owe many thanks to the association ASER for the 2014 Webinar featuring PeerJ, and to Oregon State University Libraries for leading the way with a PeerJ case study.

 

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2015

2016

2017

  • Institutional plan rules changed in response to community suggestions. As of 3/6/2017, Pendergrass Library pays the Article Processing Charge (APC) for articles accepted for publication by PeerJ Bioscience (APC $995) or PeerJ Computer Science (APC $795). 
  • PeerJ FactSheet
  • PeerJ is self-sustaining!  One of the many things Ann Viera learned meeting with PeerJ co-founder Pete Binfield  28 Dec 2017

2018

 

 

 

 

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