Both well-established and emerging publishers have developed various models for open-access publishing. All such models require ongoing support to be sustainable. Publishers may choose to have authors, their institutions or grant funding pay a fee to have an article freely available worldwide. The amount of the fee varies greatly from no fee to thousands of dollars. Some journals contain a mix of open-access and subscribed content, and others are entirely open-access.
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TIP: The literature search you conducted for your article will reveal key journals related to your focus of study. To further explore your options ...
Google Scholar and Academic Search Premier (Ebsco) index selected education journals in multiple disciplines.
PubMed fully indexes about 75 English language journals on education and teaching from around the world. PubMed also uses keyword searching to identify additional articles from journals in the PubMed Central repository. To review the list of journals in PubMed and in PMC:
Copy & paste this phrase into the search box: education [mesh] or "teaching materials" [mesh]