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|Complaint policy||BioOne does not manage the editorial offices for any of its hosted journals, and thus complaints should be filed with the society publisher directly. Contact information can be found by clicking on the link titled “Editorial Office,” located in the upper-left-hand corner of the on the title’s home page in BioOne Complete.|
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|Publication charge policy||BioOne does not exact publication charges on behalf of any of its hosted OA titles; rather APCs are set and levied directly by the applicable society publishers.|
|OA journals||25 fully OA titles; many of our subscribed titles also make a portion of their content freely-available.|
|OA articles||27 Monographs 10,000+ Articles|
|Initiatives||BioOne Complete, BioOne’s full-text aggregation of over 200 journals in the biological, ecological, and environmental sciences, includes 25 open access titles from a variety of society and non-profit publishing organizations. Open Access journals in BioOne Complete are offered the same benefits as subscribed journals, including access to a sophisticated platform with publisher self-administration privileges; content conversion to XML; online-early/issue-in-progress publication workflows; registration and deposit of article DOIs with CrossRef; archiving through Portico and LOCKSS; and more.|
|Peer review policy||BioOne Complete is an aggregate, and does not directly manage or set peer review policy for any of our hosted journals. For more information, please contact the specific journal you wish to learn more about.|