Discontinued OA publication funds
From Open Access Directory
This list is part of the Open Access Directory.
- This is a list of funds to support OA journals that have ceased to exist.
- Whenever possible, please include the date when the fund became inactive.
- If archives are available please provide the URL.
- Alphabetical order.
- Related lists in OAD: OA publication funds
- University of Amsterdam
- Brock University Library
- University of California, Santa Cruz
- The pilot fund was launched in the Fall of 2012, closing in December 2014.
- Delft University of Technology
- Heinrich-Heine-University Düsseldorf (North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany)
- The fund launched 2011 and operates from 2011-2016 with support from Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft through the Open-Access Publishing Programme
- Limited to publication in fully (not hybrid) OA journals, listed in the DOAJ. Fees up to 2,000€.
- Funding was available to submitting or corresponding authors from Heinrich-Heine-University.
- The fund is no longer available since 01.11.2014.
- Griffith University
- Also see the BMC case study on the Griffith fund (undated).
- No information available online as of June 2012
- Institute of Social Studies (Netherlands)
- Johns Hopkins University
- Nederlandse Organisatie voor Wetenschappelijk Onderzoek (NWO) (Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research)
- Ceased 1 January 2018, because "today, NWO believes that the academic world is sufficiently aware of OA publishing and its importance."
- The fund was announced on February 3, 2010.
- The fund paid both OA and hybrid journal fees and publication charges for OA book chapters.
- There was a "maximum budget of € 5000...per project".
- Oregon Health & Science University
- The Open Access Publishing Fund was closed following 2012 fund expenditure.
- Southern Illinois University Carbondale
- The COAP Fund (acronym for "SIU Carbondale Open-Access Publishing Equity Fund"), was suspended following the "final disposition of the FY16 state budget.".
- Tilburg University
- The fund was apparently launched in August 2008 and expired at the end of August 2009.