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Open access of scientific papers improves dissemination of scientific information by making available without subscription and/or price barriers. The published materials in the journal that can be re-used without permission from the publish-house or the authors as long as a correct citation to the original publication is given. All published materials including data, tables, pictures, graphics, and supplements, in European Journal of Gynaecological Oncology can be linked from external sources, indexed by database and scanned by search engines, re-used by anyone free of charge under the condition of correct citation to the original publication.
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This maximizes visibility, and thus the uptake and use of the work published.
Open access publications run through the same peer review, production and publishing processes similar to journals and books published under the traditional subscription-based model do.
The use of a Creative Commons License enables authors/editors to retain copyright to their work. Publications can be reused and redistributed as long as the original author is correctly attributed.
because of its high publicity and availability, open access publications are demonstrably with a higher citation impact.
A streamlined and easy to use online submission and production process enables quick review, approval and publication.
Publishing online means unlimited space for supplementary material including figures, extensive data and video footage.
Open access publications can comply with open access mandates from funding sources or academic institutions in the fastest and easiest way. Final articles can be deposited into bibliographic databases and institutional repositories without any embargo periods.
Open access journals are tracked for impact factors and are deposited into bibliographic databases and institutional repositories without any embargo period just as traditional journals.
The full text of all EJGO articles is immediately available to all without registration or subscription. This means that search engines such as Google Scholar can index them fully, greatly increasing their visibility.
Open access publishers charge the author’s institutes or research funding agencies only for editorial handling and editing of a paper. All the costs for each accepted article including the cost of handing and producing is covered through the one-time payment of an article processing charge (APC), which are only a fraction of the income per paper earned by traditional, subscription-based publishers. Besides, EJGO’s APC is irrespective of article length and the authors can get their paper published with complete results and full experimental or computational details.
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