Posted by: bluesyemre | April 13, 2013

Four Universities Now Providing PeerJ Memberships to their Faculty

We are pleased to announce that four universities have entered into an institutional arrangement to centrally fund PeerJ Membership fees for their faculty. Since announcing ourselves last June, we have seen a lot of interest from institutions in the PeerJ model. Of course, our Membership fees are already very low for individuals, but this low price point also means that an institution is able to centrally fund the memberships of a large number of faculty and authors for a very low outlay. Literally, for the price of one year’s access to two or three subscription journals, a library can make a single payment and provide PeerJ memberships to hundreds of their faculty. And those memberships are for life, meaning that those faculty can then publish with PeerJ for free, forever.

  • Duke University
  • University of Nottingham (UK)
  • University of Birmingham (UK)
  • Arizona State University


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