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The Open Library of Humanities Debuts

The Open Library of Humanities (OLH), an organization dedicated to publishing open access (OA) scholarship with no charges to authors, launched after 2 years of planning. It has seven journals, with an estimated publication volume of 150 articles for the first year. With 99 institutions signed up to support the initiative, they will pay about $6 per institution per article. The Open Library of Humanities journal will publish new material on a weekly rolling cycle.

Among its goals for the first 3 years of the platform’s operation are bringing in new journals, sustaining and scaling libraries’ investments to become sustainable, and improving its indexing and discoverability through cross-site search and integration with aggregation services.

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