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Towards Open Access with transformative agreements

1.3.2021

What are FinELib’s transformative agreements? What are their benefits to researchers? How do you determine a journal’s Plan S compliance?

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Final report of the FinELib’s APC project – out now!

26.2.2021

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.

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FinELib reaches Read & Publish agreement with OUP

5.2.2021

FinELib and Oxford University Press (OUP) have reached an agreement for Read & Publish access to OUP’s journals collection

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Access to Science journals continues

10.12.2020

New agreement on Science Journals is completed.

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Article processing charge benefits increase open publishing

14.9.2020

The number of articles published Open Access due to FinELib agreements increased by 73 % compared with last year.

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New agreement enables Open Access publishing in Taylor & Francis journals

3.7.2020

New agreement with Taylor & Francis after one intervening year is finished.

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FinELib Consortium finances open science services

2.6.2020

FinELib Consortium finances DOAJ, Sherpa/RoMEO and SPARC Europe

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Wiley and SAGE agreements published

26.5.2020

Wiley and SAGE have agreed that their agreements with FinELib can be published. The texts of the 3-year agreements can now be read freely.

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New SAGE agreement contains significant Open Access benefits

12.5.2020

FinELib’s new 3-year agreement with SAGE contains access to nearly 1,000 SAGE’s scientific journals and wide possibilities for the researchers to publish their articles Open Access in SAGE journals.

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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  |  EmeraldIEEE  |  Oxford University Press  |  Royal Society of Chemistry  |  Sage  |  Science Advances  |  Springer Nature  |  Taylor & Francis  |  WileyWolters Kluwer/Lippincott

More information about publisher- and organisation-specific open access benefits is also available from your own library.