Open Access Publishing Support Fund grant to Kane
Dr. Michael J. Kane (Psychology) has received a grant from the Open Access Publishing Support Fund. In early February 2012, the University Libraries and the Office of Research & Economic Development created an Open Access Publishing Support Fund in order to support faculty, EPA employees, and graduate students who are becoming increasingly involved in open access publishing. A grant of $1,000 from this fund was awarded to Kane for his article “Dispatching the wandering mind? Toward a laboratory method for cuing ‘spontaneous’ off-task thought” in Frontiers in Psychology: Perception Science.
The Open Access Publishing Support Fund primary guidelines for the fund are that the author/applicant must be a member of the full-time faculty, a full-time EPA employee, or an enrolled graduate student; the article must be published in a peer-reviewed open-access journal; reimbursement will be limited to one award per fiscal-year per author; and authors are expected to exhaust all other grant or contract funding sources available to them before applying for support from the Open Access fund. Information about the guidelines and the application process is at http://uncg.libguides.com/scholarlycomm