Happy Open Access Week! This year the College Library is marking the occasion by highlighting articles published by F&M faculty which were made open access by an award from the F&M Open Access Publishing Fund. Begun in 2018, the fund supports the widest possible dissemination of F&M scholarship by defraying the cost to authors of making their work open access. It is a collaboration between the College Library, the Provost's Office, and the Faculty Center.
A new article will be featured below each day along with information regarding the journal's open access policies.
Explains the eligibility criteria, application procedure, and general guidelines regarding the OA Publishing Fund for the 2020-2021 academic year.
Elizabeth M. De Santo, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Environmental Studies
Marine Policy Open Access Information
Journal of Applied Physics
Etienne Gagnon, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Physics
Amy Lytle, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Physics
Journal of Applied Physics Open Access Information
Ann Steiner, Ph.D., Shirley Watkins Steinman Professor of Classics
Journal's OA Information
Royal Society Open Science
Elizabeth Lonsdorf, Ph.D., Dana Professor in the Liberal Arts, Associate Professor of Psychology
Journal's OA Information
Journal of Freshwater Ecology
Jaime E. Blair, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Biology
Elizabeth Butler '19, Patricia Crigler '16, Glenn Robbins '19
Journal's Open Access Information
Bibliography by Day and Department
Monday - Biology
Elizabeth Butler, Patricia Crigler, Glenn Robbins & Jaime E. Blair (2020) Preliminary survey of Aphanomyces sp. associated with native and invasive crayfish in the Lower Susquehanna watershed of South Central Pennsylvania, Journal of Freshwater Ecology, 35:1, 223-233, https://doi.org/10.1080/02705060.2020.1779141.
Tuesday - Psychology
Lonsdorf Elizabeth V., Wilson Michael L., Boehm Emily, Delaney-Soesman Josephine, Grebey Tessa, Murray Carson, Wellens Kaitlin and Pusey Anne E. (2020) Why chimpanzees carry dead infants: an empirical assessment of existing hypotheses, Royal Society Open Science, 7:200931, http://doi.org/10.1098/rsos.200931.
Etienne Gagnon, Amy Lytle, Charles Jabbour, and Joshua M. O. Zide. (2019) Simulating nanoisland layers in THz detectors using a Monte Carlo method, Journal of Applied Physics, 125, 034501, https://doi.org/10.1063/1.5063568.
Friday - Earth & Environment
Elizabeth M. De Santo, (2018) Implementation challenges of area-based management tools (ABMTs) for biodiversity beyond national jurisdiction (BBNJ), Marine Policy, 97, 34-43, ISSN 0308-597X, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.marpol.2018.08.034.