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Open Access Registrations Listed by Journal or Journal Collection
Arts in Society Journal Collection
The International Journal of the Book
Climate Change: Impacts and Responses
The Diversity in Organizations, Communities & Nations Journal Collection
The Global Studies Journal
Spaces and Flows: An International Journal of Urban and ExtraUrban Studies
The Design Principles & Practices Journal Collection
The New Directions in the Humanities Journal Collection
The Interdisciplinary Social Sciences Journal Collection
The Journal of Aging and Social Change
The Journal of Tourism and Leisure Studies
The Learner Journal Collection
The Organization Studies Journal Collection
The International Journal of Religion and Spirituality in Society
Food Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal
The Journal of Communication and Media Studies
Ubiquitous Learning: An International Journal
The International Journal of Sport and Society
The On Sustainability Journal Collection
The International Journal of Technology, Knowledge, and Society
The International Journal of the Constructed Environment
The International Journal of Health, Wellness, and Society
The International Journal of the Image
The International Journal of the Inclusive Museum
Authors published in a Common Ground journal and authors of an article currently in-press with Common Ground can register for open access publication of their article. Our open access publications are licensed using the Creative Commons license, “Attribution-Non-Commercial-No-Derivatives 4.0 International” (CC BY-NC-ND 4.0). Visit our Hybrid Open Access webpage for more information about our hybrid open access journals, the Creative Commons license, and our open access permissions and archiving policies.
After completing these steps, you will receive notification from our editorial staff when your publication has been updated, making it free to download and licensed under the (CC BY-NC-ND 4.0) Creative Commons license.
After completing payment for Open Access registration, you will download your personal copy of the Open Access Agreement. Your copy of the agreement will contain the terms quoted below as well as a brief form for providing your article information and contact details.
Open Access Publication Agreement: Journal Article
In conjunction with the terms of the Journal Publication Agreement, this document amends and/or affirms the copyright terms of Section II in that agreement to allow for open access publication. For a fee of $250 USD, an author can choose the open access option at any time before or after publication. In the case that an author arranges for open access publication before accepting the Journal Publication Agreement, this document affirms the terms for “Open Access” publication as listed under Section II of that agreement. In the case that an author arranges for open access publication after having accepted the Journal Publication Agreement and the “Traditional” publication model, as listed under Section II of that agreement, then this document serves to amend the previous publication terms, as listed under Section II of that agreement, to allow for “Open Access” publication adhering to the rights and stipulations listed therein.
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