A definitive directory of worldwide OA repositories and their policies: ROARMAP
Check OPENDOAR also for academic OA repositories around the world.
See list of over 1500 repositories worldwide at Open Archives.
MELIBEA is an international directory listing both institutional repositories and their individual OA policies and requirements. It features a unique "estimator" that compares institutions with one another with respect to their "OA values" (their degree of openness with regard to publicly funded research).
Check out our Fulltext Sources Online directory (by subscription only)
Did you know that there is no federal law requiring states to make their official publications freely accessible (i.e., non-copyrighted, public domain)?
FSGI is a movement to determine from our patchwork of states which ones have copyright laws, which ones don't, and which ones are ambiguous in their treatment of disseminating public information.
Free State Government Information!
LEGAL INFORMATION: The American Association of Law Libraries has created a searchable map by state to display level of public access (openness) to digital legal information.
See Ohio's status.
See Michigan's status.
In this age of unscrupulous predatory behavior following the journal publishing industry, Cabell's Directories is a trustworthy resource for locating publishing outlets for your research. Researchers can count on the quality of the journals listed in Cabell's.
Below, from their website:
To be considered for inclusion in Cabell’s Directories, journals are subject to the following criteria: