Here you find information about how you publish open access according to the KI policy, what agreements with prepaid APC's there are and the meaning of different licenses.
According to KI’s policy for open access, researchers at KI have to make their peer-reviewed publications openly and freely available. This can be achieved by either publishing the article open access in a journal or by self-archiving the manuscript in an open archive.
The library has agreements that covers the publishing fees / APC's in full or partly, for several journals.
According to KI's open access policy, publications must, whenever possible, comply with the FAIR (Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, Reusable) principles.
There are many reasons to choose an open licence for your publication, among them the demands from research funders. It is also a demand in the KI policy on open access publishing.
What is open access? Get some background information about open access and why it's important. See definitions of common terms related to open access and answers to frequent questions.
Publish your article open access is part of the policy on publishing open access at Karolinska Institutet. Research funders also have their policies and demands that you need to be aware of.