By applying an open access publishing model, Open Exploration has built a publishing platform to provide immediate and free access to high quality online content for all. Our authors therefore get their works read, shared and cited, quickly and frequently.
Each paper published by Open Exploration has undergone a strict review process including initial check, peer review and editors’ review. The review process is the foundation of trusted and quality academic content and we are fully committed to implementing a professional peer review process where expert reviewers are carefully selected to evaluate a manuscript thoroughly and fairly, to ensure the published content is always of a high standard.
Open Exploration strives to make your article available to researchers and the wider scientific community as soon as possible. We operate a rapid, initial check to provide rapid feedback on suitability of submissions and endeavor to accelerate the formal review process without compromising the quality. We also maintain a high standard of electronic publication to produce articles with accurate content and excellent accessibility.
All articles are published under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY) license. Under this license, authors hold the copyright of their work.
To attract high quality submissions and relieve the financial burden for researchers, Open Exploration currently provides authors with free publication service, since all journals are wholly financed by Open Exploration. There is no charge to authors for submission, processing, and/or publication.
We make every effort to highlight your outstanding works. Accepted articles are promptly displayed prominently on our websites to ensure rapid access; engaging posts of newly published papers are released on social media, like Facebook, Twitter, and Linkedin, to spark wider attention; updates on latest article are provided promptly to subscribers and users through email or notification message, bringing more views; and your research may be discussed and promoted in academic meetings or conferences, gaining more attention.