DOAJ

Location:

Denmark

Website:

www.doaj.org
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Description:

DOAJ promotes best practice in Open Access publishing. To that end, we are introducing the DOAJ Seal for Open Access journals. The qualifiers for the Seal will highlight features related to the openness, indexability and discoverability of the journal and, as such, have nothing to do with the scholarly quality of the papers published in the journal. To qualify for the Seal the journal must: have an archival arrangement in place with an external party. (scroll to digital archiving policy question) If 'No policy in place' is selected, the journal will not qualify for the Seal. provide permanent identifiers in the papers published. (scroll to article identifiers question) If 'None' is selected, the journal will not qualify for the Seal. provide article level metadata to DOAJ. (scroll to metadata provision question) If 'No' is selected or the journal fails to provide metadata within 3 months, the journal will not qualify for the Seal. embed machine-readable CC licensing information in its article level metadata. (scroll to embedded licensing data question) If 'No' is selected the journal will not qualify for the Seal. allow reuse and remixing of its content in accordance with a CC BY or CC BY-NC. (scroll to licensing question) If CC BY-ND, 'No' or 'Other' is selected the journal will not qualify for the Seal. have a deposit policy registered in a deposit policy directory. (scroll to deposit policy question) If 'No' is selected the journal will not qualify for the Seal. A journal cannot apply for the Seal. The Seal will be awarded to a journal by the DOAJ Editorial staff depending on the information provided in the application form.

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