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Open Access Publishing in Wiley Journals

FinELib consortium’s agreement with Wiley enables the researchers to publish their articles open access in Wiley’s Full OA and hybrid journals during the agreement term 2020–2022.

In 2020, approximately 53% of articles by the authors of the subscribing institutions can be published open access without additional charge (Article Processing Charge, APC).

From 2021 to 2022, approximately 100% of articles can be published open access without additional cost.

Who is eligible to publish articles Open Access?

You are eligible to publish your article open access, if you fill the following requirements:

  • you are the corresponding author of the article

  • your article has been accepted during 17.2.2020–31.12.2022

  • the type of your article is primary research article or review article

  • you are a researcher, student or staff member in one of the subscribing FinELib members: Wiley consortium

  • your article is published in Wiley’s full OA or hybrid journals

In addition, your institution verifies your affiliation to Wiley during the publishing process.

Which journal titles are eligible for Open Access publishing?

The agreement covers Wiley’s full OA and hybrid journals. Journals lists below indicates the titles including information about open access licenses.

Wiley full OA journals (xlsx)
Wiley hybrid journals (xlsx)

Creative Commons (CC) licenses

Selection of the following licenses are offered title by title.

CC BY 4.0 (ByAttribution)

Creative Commons describes the license like this:
This license lets others copy, distribute, display and perform the work and make derivative works and remixes based on it only if they give the author or licensor the credits (attribution) in the manner specified by these.

CC BY-NC 4.0 (ByAttribution-NonCommercial)

Creative Commons describes the license like this:
This license lets others remix, tweak, and build upon your work non-commercially, and although their new works must also acknowledge you and be non-commercial, they don’t have to license their derivative works on the same terms.

Note that if you choose this license, you will need to seek permission from Wiley to be able to use your work for commercial purposes.

CC BY-NC-ND 4.0 (ByAttribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivates)

Creative Commons describes the license like this:
This license allows others to distribute your work as long as they credit you, but they can’t change the work in any way or use it commercially.

Note that if you choose this license, you will need to seek permission from Wiley to be able to or distribute any modified version of your work.

Instructions for the corresponding author

OPEN ACCESS PUBLISHING IN WILEY’S FULL OA JOURNALS

  • During submission, follow the instructions to find and enter your institution’s account code.

  • In the Open Access stage of the process, check your eligibility from the dropdown menus to find your affiliated institution.

  • When selecting your institution you will see the correct Wiley Open Access Code. Click on the button to copy the code and enter it in the submission system when asked.

  • Your institution is notified of your request to publish your article open access and asked to approve.

  • If your request is approved (and your article will be accepted by the journal), you will receive a confirmation email. Your accepted article is then published open access under a Creative Commons license on Wiley Online Library.

OPEN ACCESS PUBLISHING IN WILEY’S HYBRID JOURNALS

  • Once your article is accepted, register or log-in to Wiley Author Services at www.wileyauthors.com. On your Author Dashboard in Author Services, click Select OnlineOpen.

  • You may be asked to enter your affiliation(s) from the drop down list or confirm the affiliation(s) you entered during submission. You may also tick I have no affiliations. If you have already done this step as part of signing your Creative Commons license, skip to Step “Select OnlineOpen”.

  • You may be asked to enter your funding information or confirm the funder(s) you entered during submission. Select your funder from the adjacent dropdown list or start typing to search. You may also tick I have not received any funding.

  • Select OnlineOpen. When prompted, click Yes, I would like to make my article OnlineOpen and then Confirm. Your institution will be notified of your request to publish your article open access and asked to approve.

  • If your request is approved, you will receive a confirmation email. Your accepted article is then published open access under a Creative Commons license on Wiley Online Library.

Wiley’s instructions: Make your article open access with OnlineOpen (pdf)