Only the corresponding author affiliated to the University of Agder as an employee, a PhD candidate or a master’s student may apply for support.
Financial support will only be granted for publication in pure Open Access journals (give free access to all articles and related content immediately), not to subscription-based journals with Hybrid Open Access solution (allows authors to make individual articles Open Access by paying a fee).
Financial support will only be granted to journals that are approved as level 1 and level 2 publishing channels in the Norwegian Register for Scientific Journals, Series and Publishers.
Only the corresponding author of a monograph or the editor of an anthology affiliated to the University of Agder as an employee or a PhD candidate may apply for support.
The entire monograph/anthology must be published under conditions of one of the Creative Commons licenses. Funding is not granted for the purchase of individual articles/chapters in anthologies that are not fully available (hybrid Open Access).
The publisher must be approved as level 1 or level 2 publishing channel in the Norwegian Register for Scientific Journals, Series and Publishers.
Predatory journals are journals that claim to be Open Access journals with the high-quality peer-review process and scientific content. These journals require a publishing fee, but do not conduct peer-review, or provide peer-review of such poor quality that it does not give any scientific value.