Open Access journals or aggregations:
PloS (Public Library
The Public Library of Science (PLoS) is a non-profit
organization of scientists and physicians committed to making
the world's scientific and medical literature a freely available
public resource. The Cornell University Library is an institutional
member of PLoS, which provides Cornell authors with a 10% discount
on the current author's fee which range from $1300 to $2850..
The Journal of Machine Learning Research (JMLR)
provides an international forum for the electronic and paper publication
of high-quality scholarly articles in all areas of machine learning.
The content is freely available on the web. Annual hard bound
paper volumes are sold to libraries for archival purposes.
Subject-based e-print repository
Established in 1991, this well-known e-print service
for physics, mathematics, non-linear science, computer science,
and quantitative biology is now maintained by CUL.
The eCommons Digital Repository is open to anyone affiliated with Cornell University (faculty, staff, students, or groups/organizations) as a place to capture, store, index, preserve and redistribute materials in digital formats that may be useful for educational, scholarly, research or historical purposes.
Digital Publishing System Software
Digital Publishing System (DPubS) is the name given to a set of
software modules developed at Cornell that together meet a range
of electronic publishing needs: access, navigation, and delivery
of full-text content in a variety of file formats; subscription
access controls; e-commerce services (pay-per-view); automated
lookup and linking to other information resources (includes DOI
registration, OAI compatibility, and reference linking); usage
statistics for publishers and institutional subscribers; etc.
Subject Portals that provide Open Access to Developing
- Access to Global Online Research in Agriculture
The AGORA site provides access to journals from
major scientific publishers in the fields of food, agriculture,
environmental science and related social sciences. AGORA is available
to students and researchers in qualifying not-for-profit institutions
in eligible developing countries.
The Health InterNetwork Access to Research Initiative
(HINARI) provides free or very low cost online access to the major
journals in biomedical and related social sciences to local, non-profit
institutions in developing countries.