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How Can I Share My Work? A Review of the Open Access Policies of IS Journals

Cathal Doyle
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Cathal Doyle: Victoria University of Wellington

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Abstract: The traditional route of publishing an article and moving on to the next project is changing, where authors need to consider making their research more open. Open access (OA) is one open science concept that is often put forward as an approach that should be adopted to make research freely available to the public. However, while different entities can offer guidance, help, and nudges to authors to try and promote the practice of OA, it will not become a norm until the authors themselves adopt it into their own practices. In this study, we explain the components of OA; conduct a review of the OA policies of IS journals; and then discuss how IS researchers can improve the impacts of their research outputs and develop their academic profile by practicing OA...................................................................................................................................................This paper is a preprint of a paper accepted at HICSS 2021 (https://hicss.hawaii.edu/).

Date: 2020-09-27
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