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Edorium Journals offers Institutional Membership Program to institutes and organizations which enable their authors to publish research in an open access journals. When an institute or organization joins the Institutional Membership Program their authors can publish articles at nominal processing charges. Authors will receive a part or full waiver in Article Processing Charges for every manuscript submitted in the membership year.
Edorium Journals publishes Open Access journals covering a wide range of academic disciplines. The articles are freely distributed under the 'Creative Common License', permitting unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction of the article in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited.
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Advantages of Institutional Membership Program:
Authors publish at nominal Article Processing Charges: Institutional Membership Program enables authors of the member institutes to publish in any journal without worrying for funds to pay for the processing charges. Authors receive a part or full waiver in Article Processing Charges for every manuscript submitted in the membership year.
Great saving in institutional research budget: If your institute has joined the Institutional Membership Program, it will give authors from your institute a chance to publish their research at very nominal charges. If the institute is paying for having the author's research published, by becoming a member of Institutional Membership Program the institute will save a great deal of funds which can be used for promoting further research and other scientific activities.
Wide recognition: All member institutes will be listed on the "Institutional Membership" page.
Showcase your research: A special "Institutional Research Page" will be created for every member institute which will list all articles published from that institute.
Show your support for Open Access publication: A membership allows institutions to show their support of open-access publishing and free access to scientific information by offering an incentive in the form of discounted fees to their researchers.