If you are interested in learning more about open access scholarly publishing, the following sites are recommended:
Open source platform for creating textbooks, open educational resources, monographs, and other materials.
Open source publication platform for books, journals, and other resources.
(MIT Knowledge Futures Group)
Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ)
Community-curated online directory that indexes and provides access to high quality, open access, peer-reviewed journals.
MAVS Open Press
No cost services for publishing open-access journals or books as well as converting existing print journals to open access in digital format.
(University of Texas Libraries)
Collaboration between the University of Virginia and the University of Virginia Press to provide a low cost, scholar-led, peer-reviewed open access journal content and publishing service.
Open Access Scholarly Publishers Association (OASPA)
OASPA is committed to a mission of developing and disseminating publishing solutions that advance open access, preserve the integrity of scholarship, and promote best practice.
Open Library of Humanities
Gold open access, peer-reviewed, internationally-supported, academic-led, not-for-profit, mega-journal, multi-journal and books platform for the humanities.