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PeerJ is an open access peer-reviewed scientific journal. It covers research in the biological and medical sciences.
About PeerJ Institutional Arrangement Fund
- $11,458.00 as of January 2022
- $995 per article in PeerJ Life Sciences,
- $795 per article in PeerJ Computer, Science
- and submitting a preprint is free.
Have questions about PeerJ Funding?
Contact Rachel Caldwell, Scholarly Communications Librarian.
About the PeerJ UTK Institutional Plan:
- Instead of a lifetime membership plan for all authors, the Institutional Plan covers Article Processing Charges (APC).
- APC fees are:
- $995 per article for PeerJ and
- $795 per article for PeerJ Computer Science.
- Funds exist for those with an accepted article who is either:
- faculty or staff,
- post-doctoral student,
- or a graduate student.
PeerJ Lifetime Membership plans:
Highly recommended – The Lifetime membership plan is one-time payment for lifetime publishing. No recurring fees. No APCs. Most importantly, this payment option is the most cost-effective way to publish. You can learn more on the PeerJ website.
Ann Viera (retired in 2020) and Peter Fernandez (Hodges Library) are the co-founders of the PeerJ publishing plan. Since founding this plan, many colleagues at the UTK Libraries promote PeerJ.
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