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Institution Information

Open access publication is a means for researchers to be compliant with their funders’ mandates. SAGE’s Open Access Prepaid Account (OAPA) allows institutions to support their faculty to publish research open access.


Open Access Reports & Resources

Find out more about SAGE’s open access initiatives by browsing reports, blogposts and presentations listed below.

Reports


Open Access Position Statement

A long-term advocate of sustainable open research, we provide easy and innovative publishing routes for authors seeking to build momentum and increase their reach. Join the thousands of academics across the globe who choose us to share their research quickly and widely, and benefit from:


FAQs

What is open access?

Open access content is made freely available to under the terms of a Creative Commons licence. Open access publication is usually subject to payment of an article processing charge (APC) paid by the author, institution or funding body. 


Re-use of Open Access Content

All licenses require that re-use complies with the following terms:

  • Full attribution must accompany any re-use and include the following information about the original work:

    Author(s)
    Article Title
    Journal
    DOI
    Volume (if applicable)
    Issue (if applicable)
    Page numbers (if applicable)
    Date of publication
    SAGE as the original publisher
    A link to the original article as published on SAGE Journals (where practicable)


Gold Open Access Article Processing Charge Waivers

Corresponding Authors who reside in the countries described by the Research4Life program (both Group A and Group B) publishing in one of SAGE’s gold open access journals will automatically receive a full APC waiver without needing to take any action. The waiver will be applied based on the Corresponding Author affiliation in the SAGE Open Access Portal.


Funding bodies, policies and compliance

A number of funders require research articles which have resulted from their funding to be made open access. SAGE helps authors comply with these mandates either via the gold open access publication route or green open access archiving.

Funder Agencies' Open Access Mandates

Please check with your funder if there is a mandate to publish your research open access and the criteria for compliance. There are other resources which may also be helpful:


The Green Route – Open Access Archiving Policy

Authors can make their articles Open Access by archiving their article at no charge via the Green route.

Authors who have published in a subscription journal can do this by depositing the version of the article accepted for publication (version 2) in their own institution’s repository.


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