Publishing in an open access journal is one way of making your work openly accessible. Hybrid journals are another option. If publishing in an hybrid journal, you may be able to use grant money, or other funds that you have access to through your place of employment (institution, department, company), to pay a fee to ensure that your article is open access. Some examples of hybrid open access are: iOpenAccess by Taylor Francis, Online Open by Wiley, or Sage Open by Sage. For a full list visit Publishers with Paid Options for Open Access from SHERPA/RoMEO.
Adapted from Gordon Aamot's, Liz Bedford's and Maryam Fakouri's Open Access Research Guide from the University of Washington Research Guides