It’s not too late to reapply!

The extended deadline for journal reapplications to DOAJ is fast approaching, but we know that some journals are still to reapply. Don’t delay – get your reapplication in now!

Journals that have not reapplied by 31 March 2016 will be removed from the DOAJ list.

Analysis shows that the country with the highest number of reapplications not yet submitted is the USA, followed by Brazil and India. The top 10 can be seen in the chart below.

reapps chart

To reapply, log in to your DOAJ account and click on Publisher Area in the orange bar to find your reapplication. Read this help document for some tips to make this easier. Please contact us at feedback@doaj.org if you can’t remember your username or have any questions about the reapplication process. We’ll be happy to help.

Reapplications deadline extended

The time for submitting your reapplications to DOAJ is due to end tomorrow!

As some publishers have not yet been able to complete their reapplications, we are extending the time limit until the end of March 2016. We will be sending a final email reminder to those accounts who have yet to submit a reapplication.

Please ensure you submit your reapplication by then, or your journal will be removed from DOAJ. Guidance on submitting your reapplications can be found here. Contact us if you have any questions about the process.

Remember you don’t need to qualify for the DOAJ Seal to be listed in DOAJ. See our earlier blog post on this topic.

Reapplications are open. Have you submitted yours yet?

Just a reminder that reapplications are open and that you must submit your reapplication(s) before the end of 2015. Failure to do so, will result in your journal being removed from DOAJ.

The reapplications are coming in fast. BioMed Central just submitted 220 in one go! Great work BMC.

We recently sent out a first reminder to 4680 accounts. Did you get yours? If not, let me know and add doaj.org to your email address book / your domain safelist.

Guidance on submitting your reapplications can be found here. If you have more than 11 journals in DOAJ, the process is slightly different. Get in touch and I will guide you through.