Open Access Publishing by Edorium Journals

Open access publishing is a publication model in which users (readers, libraries, institutions and organisations) are not charged for accessing the articles or other resources published by individual journals or journal publishers. Users are free to read, download, print, copy, re-distribute, search or link to the full texts of these articles.

Edorium Journals publishes all articles under the open access model, defined under BudapestBerlin, and Bethesda open access declarations. The full content of the articles published by Edorium Journals is freely available for anyone without any charges are other restrictions. The published articles are distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution License which permits unrestricted use, distribution and reproduction, free of charge, in any medium, provided that the original author(s) and original publisher are given due credit. The copyright of the published work is retained by the authors.

Open Access is a true un-restricted exchange of ideas and science.

Advantages of Open Access – Edorium Journals

Open access publishing benefits you in both your roles – as an author and as a reader. The advantages of open access are:

    All published articles are freely available to all readers, in any part of the world. Free availability of your work published under open access means more citations for your articles and increased impact of your work.

    Authors also benefit from work of other researchers published under open access. They are free to download and read their work and this provides you with the latest, peer-reviewed research information without charges.

    Authors retain the copyright of their articles, which means they can freely reproduce and distribute their work. No permission is required from the publisher to use their own work as happens in traditional subscription based journals.

    Everyone in the academic community has immediate and free access to the results of your research.

    The articles published under open access are fully citable.