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Open Access Prepaid Accounts (OAPAs)

Open Access Prepaid Accounts (OAPAs)

Institutions with an open access prepaid account (OAPA) have a fund with Sage which can be used to cover open access processing charges (APCs) in both gold open access and hybrid journals.

If you are an institution that would like to open an OAPA with Sage, please contact openaccess@sagepub.com.



Open Access Publishing Options

Here at Sage, we are seeking to make it as simple and straightforward as possible for you to find a route to publishing Open Access with our Open Access options. Browse the options below to find out more.


Open Access Publishing Options

Here at SAGE, we are seeking to make it as simple and straightforward as possible for you to find a route to publishing Open Access with our Open Access options. Browse the options below to find out more.


Our International Presence

SAGE Publishing publishes and disseminates research and learning on a global scale, with registered publishing offices in Los Angeles, Washington DC, London, New Delhi, and Singapore.

To ensure the widest possible dissemination of our content, we work with representatives and agents across five continents. SAGE has sales offices in Rio de Janeiro, Beijing, Shanghai, Cairo, Kyoto, Kuala Lumpur, Melbourne, Seoul, and Taipei.


Canada (CRKN)

Sage has an agreement with The Canadian Research Knowledge Network (CRKN). CRKN is a partnership of Canadian Universities dedicated to empowering researchers, educators, and society with greater access to the world’s research and Canada’s preserved documentary heritage, now and for future generations. The agreement for participating organizations will run from January 01, 2021, through to December 31, 2024.


Training and Usage

Training

Thank you for your interest in resources to help your students, faculty, and researchers understand how to use the SAGE Journals platform. 

Learn more about the features and functions of your SAGE Journals product with our range of training resources and support.



Inclusive Language Guide

Sage is committed to promoting equity throughout our publishing program, and we believe that using language is a simple and powerful way to ensure the communities we serve feel welcomed, respected, safe, and able to fully engage with the publishing process and our published content. Inclusive language considerations are especially important when discussing topics like age, appearance, disability, ethnicity, gender, gender identity, race, religion, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status, emigration status, and weight.


Non-Academic & Special Libraries

Knowledge solutions for better outcomes

Whatever type of library or institution you are based at we have something that is sure to match your needs. From government to NGO’s, law firms to hospitals, engineering to pharmaceutical, public libraries to schools, anyone responsible for information management or content delivery will benefit from staying up to date with all our products and purchasing options.


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