Three open access publishers, BioMed Central, Public Library of Science (PLoS), and Beilstein-Institut, are fully cooperating with the MIT Faculty Open Access Policy. MIT authors do not need to provide an amendment to the publication agreements or take any other special action in order to publish with them under the MIT policy.
These publishers make their articles available under a Creative Commons license, allowing for broad reuse.
The faculty policy, established by on March 18, 2009, makes the faculty’s scholarly articles openly available on the web. Papers are being shared via MIT’s research repository, DSpace@MIT.
To submit a paper under the policy, please send the final submitted manuscript, post peer-review, but prior to the publisher’s formatting, to email@example.com or upload the paper through a short web form.
To review other confirmed publisher responses, please see: Publishers and the MIT Faculty Open Access Policy. Please send any questions about publishers not yet on the page to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information:
MIT Faculty Open Access Policy
Details on working with the policy