Open Access服務專區

近年來OA已成為出版形式主流之際,圖書館努力尋求與各出版社合作,希望在提升本院研究成果能見度的同時,也能減少本院OA APC支出成本。因此,專區主要羅列本院目前參與各出版OA計畫與APC折扣、本院OA期刊投稿補助資訊以及國際OA發展趨勢等資訊,以協助同仁在OA投稿過程相關資訊的取得。
陳雅琪(#33642)/ 蔡舒萍 (#33643)

NHRI_OA APC折扣資訊

ACS _ American Chemical Society
BioMed Central
  • APC折扣:15% off,僅限於BMC系列期刊,Springer-Nature不在此限。
  • 通訊作者/共同作者於本院IP內投稿即可享有折扣,若於院外投稿,請參考View the Submission Guidelines
MDPI
  • APC折扣:10% off。
  • 通訊作者與共同作者於投稿機構資訊註明為National Health Research Institutes。
Wiley WOAA
  • APC折扣:20% off,費用暫由本院預存帳戶中扣除,論文被接受後圖書館將會聯繫後續行政作業。
  • 請於Wiley OA投稿系統中選擇NHRI為Funding Agency,請參考How to make your article open access?

2020 NHRI OA期刊投稿補助計畫

  • 須為該論文通訊作者;
  • 論文為領域排名前百分之二十者(TOP 20%)
  • 論文引用影響指數(Impact Factor)大於 10 (IF>10)或為領域排名前百分之五者(TOP 5%)
  • 補助申請相關資訊請洽陳雅琪(#33642)/ 蔡舒萍 (#33643)

JCR OA期刊清單

  • 本清單為JCR 2019版本,為各領域TOP5%-TOP25%共五個級距的期刊清單,包含Impact Factor、Category Ranking以及 Gold OA等資訊。

免APC之OA期刊清單_DOAJ

  • DOAJ為全球Open Access期刊資訊網站,可透過條件設定取得某研究主題或某出版社之OA期刊外,也可同時獲得免APC之期刊資訊。方式如下:
    一、在DOAJ首頁點選”Search”功能

二、於左側條件篩選Journals型式,再點選下方”Article processing charges(APCs)”選擇”NO”,若有其它條件需求如是否為peer review期刊,或是某研究領域的期刊可同時設定後即可看到期刊列表(圖示1&2)。如只需某單一OA期刊資訊,可於(圖示3)中輸入期刊名稱後獲得詳細資訊。

OA投稿停看聽_掠奪性期刊(Predatory Journals)

所謂的掠奪性期刊(Predatory Journals)常會針對特定作者,特別是新興學者,廣發e-mail、邀稿函,提供似真的虛擬期刊訊息,誘取學者投稿,特徵大致歸納有: (source form Memon, Aamir (2017). Predatory Journals Spamming for Publications: What Should Researchers Do?. Sci Eng Ethics)

 1Use of attractive words in the journal title, such as ‘‘international’’, ‘‘global’’, ‘‘world’’, ‘‘universal’’, ‘‘Asian’’, ‘‘American’’ or ‘‘European’’.
 2Frequently a multidisciplinary scope and broad coverage of subjects and combinations of fields which may not necessarily be specific to the journal.
 3Location in low and middle income countries such as India, ‘‘where new predatory publishers or journals emerge each week’’, Pakistan or Nigeria, although often claiming an address in the US or UK. However, predatory journals may also emerge from developed countries, and journals from developed countries may be involved in predatory practices.
 4Abuse of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) logo by simply placing it on their homepage without really being COPE members.
 5Promising a short or ultra-short review cycle ranging from a few days to a few weeks, or providing authors with a fast-track option which costs extra.
 6Claiming indexation in legitimate databases such as PubMed, Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ) or even Web of Science, where they do not appear. Also, using disreputable databases such as Indian Science Indexing (ISI), and mimicking the logo of the legitimate journal impact factor.
 7Using fake impact factors such as the Global Impact Factor (GIF), the ‘‘Journal Impact Factor (JIF)’’ (not to be confused with the genuine JIF issued by Clarivate Analytics), Scientific Journal Impact Factor (SJIF), or Universal Impact Factor (UIF).
 8Using general email addresses usually from free providers such as gmail.com, yahoo.com, etc.
 9Lack of any contact details, or only a blank form in the link to full contact details.
 10‘‘Questionable special issues’’ outside the journal’s scope, and large numbers of published papers in a given issue.
 11Sending unsolicited or bulk spam emails inviting applications for editor or reviewer positions, or manuscript submissions (‘‘call for papers’’) from different accounts.
 12Very few editorial board members, overrepresentation of a single country on the editorial board, or lack of information about editorial members’ affiliations.
 13Hidden article processing charges (APCs) or APCs displayed but different from the fees charged by reputable journals for the open access option.

Other reference:
Stop Journals: https://predatoryjournals.com/