Universities and other institutions, wanting to publish their academic journal online within the open access model don’t always have to finance its creation and release. With the APC model, fees are covered by the authors of the published articles. If the collected fees are higher than publishing costs, you can generate additional income. The solution applies to journals with sufficient Impact Factor and indexing.
Being a part of the De Gruyter Group, Sciendo specializes in providing a vast array of services for open access journals. We publish around 500 journals in five different languages and are continuously expanding our offer to meet the needs of universities, academic institutions, professional organizations and individual authors. What makes our offer unique is the possibility to publish such journal within the APC model.
Scope of services
The scholarly journal publishing services that we offer are available in two different packages: Classic and Premier. The Classic package includes basic journal publishing services, as well as the online submission and peer review system, whereas the Premier package includes also production, editorial and marketing solutions as well as a full-text XML. Click here to learn more about the available services.
How does it work?
In brief, in the APC model, Sciendo charges article authors with publishing fees. The collected fees are used to cover general publishing costs, and the surplus income is transferred to the journal owners.
Publishing an academic journal with Sciendo is easier than you might expect. For more information on the services provided by our academic publishing house, please contact our representative. Detailed information on the APC model can be found in our brochure.