We have curated a diverse set of open resources.
You are welcome to use any of the resources on this site, but ask that you credit Open Access Australasia or the original creator as the source.
What does Open Access mean?
Publishing contracts are changing
The different colours associated with Open Access have specific meanings
There are a lot of resources available.
Ginny Barbour and Fiona Bradley write in International Association of Universities magazine, Horizons
Open access increases visibility and use of research
Yes, an overall citation advantage is seen for open access content.
Ginny Barbour and Scott Nicholls write in in Australian Quarterly on open access and disruption in scholarly publishing
Sponsoring Consortium for Open Access Publishing in Particle Physics
The Directory of Open Access Journals
Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition
The Open Access Scholarly Publishing Association
Creative Commons License are an important component of open access
Report to CONZUL, 12 August 2019
A new article by Ginny Barbour published on The Conversation.
What’s an “AAM”?
Can I trust journal blacklists?
My funder requires that I publish in an OA journal.
Professor Ginny Barbour presentation at the IP & education in the age of COVID-19 research symposium.