→ Prices of scholarly publications must be reasonable.
→ Information must be openly available.
→ Transition to open access must be possible without any additional costs.
Open Access publishing free of charge for researchers is increasing rapidly. Due to FinELib agreements, 65% more Open Access articles were published during the year 2020 than the year before.→ Read more
What are FinELib’s transformative agreements? What are their benefits to researchers? How do you determine a journal’s Plan S compliance?→ Read more
The report summarises the key conclusions of the project while also highlighting some of the actions institutions and stakeholders are urged to take to further promote the monitoring of APCs.→ Read more
Take advantage of
open access benefits
During negotiations, open access benefits have been agreed upon regarding the journals of the following publishers:
American Chemical Society | Elsevier | Emerald | IEEE | Oxford University Press | Royal Society of Chemistry | Sage | Science Advances | Springer Nature | Taylor & Francis | Wiley | Wolters Kluwer/Lippincott
More information about publisher- and organisation-specific open access benefits is also available from your own library.