Today marks the beginning of Open Access Week, and last week's announcement about changes to the Linguistic Society of America's publications program was like an early OA Week present. Some highlights:
- All content published in Language will be made freely available on the new LSA website after a one-year embargo period.
- Authors who wish to have their content available immediately, either on the Language site or on other websites, may pay a $400 article processing fee to do so.
- The contents of Language will continue to be immediately available to LSA members and to other subscribers of Project MUSE.
Information about more Open Access goodness to come at the LSA's Annual Meeting in January here.