FinELib aims for significant price reductions for journal subscriptions.→ Read more
Researchers from the subscribing institutions can publish their articles open access without additional fees during 2023–2024.→ Read more
Two new FinELib-agreements containing open access publishing rights came into effect in the summer: ACM and Nature Research.→ Read more
FinELib and the Open Library of Humanities (OLH) have signed an agreement.→ Read more
The agreement runs for three years (2022-2024) and allows participating institutions to benefit from a 10% national discount, streamlined submission and payment workflows, and other benefits.→ Read more
FinELib and arXiv have signed a three-year (2022–2024) agreement through which six new Finnish universities have committed to funding arXiv, currently promoted by SCOSS in its third funding cycle.→ Read more
The FinElib consortium and Elsevier have signed a new 3-year Read and Publish agreement (2022–2024) to allow access to Cell Press journals and to enable researchers to publish open access without extra costs.→ Read more
The number of open access articles increases thanks to the FinELib Consortium agreements. On FinELib’s new Open Publications page, you can follow the number of articles published open access.→ Read more
Take advantage of open access benefits
During negotiations, open access benefits have been agreed upon regarding the journals of the following publishers.
More information about publisher- and organisation-specific open access benefits is also available from your own library.