Published 7 September 2020

What are the benefits of open access for early career researchers?

Early career researchers are increasingly drawn to open access publishing as it not only facilitates career advancement through the dissemination of research but it also responds to the growing demand on authors to establish an online presence and satisfies an increased desire for ethical commitment (Roscoe, 2020).

As an early career researcher, you can also benefit from the broader advantages of open access, which apply to all researchers, including global geographical distribution and readership reach, higher impact and citation rates, equity, innovative metrics, and the retainment of copyright.

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Benefits of open access book publishing for early career researchers

Last edited on 7 September 2020, at 15:01 (+0000)