Demand for open access 'quite low'

<p>A year-long experiment in open access publishing by the Oxford University Press has concluded that the level of uptake for an author-pays system remains "generally quite low", and that the new model is not sufficient on its own to support the requirements of different research communities.</p><p>Full year figures released by Oxford Journals, a division of Oxford University Press, from its optional open access experiment, Oxford Open, show that in the first year of launch, almost 400 papers have been published under the optional open access model across 36 of the 49 participating titles. ...

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