Paywall: "Identification and Portraits of Open Access Journals Based on Open Impact Metrics Extracted from Social Activities "

This study finds that open access journals strengthen international academic communication and cooperation, build cross-border and cross-regional knowledge-sharing projects, realize the knowledge of interdisciplinary sharing and exchange, and, most importantly, provide a one-stop service for readers. This research indicates that through the use of open impact metrics, it is possible to identify the portraits of open access journals, thus providing a new method to construct and reform open access journal evaluation systems.

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Author: Charles W. Bailey, Jr.

Charles W. Bailey, Jr.