Stuart Lawson said:
I don't often read journals, I look for individual articles of interest wherever they may be. I think the last journal i read was Evidence Based Library and Information Practice, which is an open access journal.
Answer in the discussion section: Which was the last Journal that you read or purchased? Do you know if it was open access? If not, investigate along these dimensions. Was it Green or Gold?
I'm not entirely sure what the last journal I read was, but it was probably either Code4Lib or First Monday as they're the ones I read regularly. I also have the current issue of Information Technology & Libraries bookmarked for perusal later. They're all gold open access journals which release all articles as OA.
I end up reading mainly OA journals because I'm not at a research institution, so our collection focuses on student needs and not faculty research. I'd also argue the journals I list above are among the top tier in my field in any case.
Science News: After scoring low on all accounts, I believe Science News may not qualify as a journal. But I did get a chance to pore over the graduated chart and start to get an understanding of the levels of "open". And, I am happy to know the chart exists.
I looked at International Journal of Communications. They seem to be quite pro OA. Indexed in the Directory of Open Access Journals, that is a good start as well as making articles easy to read online. There is scant information however about their author posting policy.