Open publishing agreements terminating – cancellations possible


Are you planning on publishing your article open access under a FinELib agreement? Check what you need to know.

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Looking for better value


Looking for better value 14.11.2023 Which scholarly journal agreements offer good value for money for higher education and research? Which agreements make a difference for open publishing, and which agreements give access to the most important journals? And above all, what is a fair and sustainable price for this? FinELib consortium is seeking answers to … Jatka artikkeliin Looking for better value

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OA articles for Nature journals have been used up


It’s no longer possible to publish open access at Nature journals with FinELib’s agreement.

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Costs of scientific journals have reached unsustainable level – The future of subscriptions in jeopardy


The FinELib consortium demands reasonable costs for scholarly journals and open publishing.

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The costs must be reduced – FinELib negotiates on openness of scholarly publications


FinELib aims for significant price reductions for journal subscriptions.

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Open publishing in Lippincott and Taylor & Francis journals continues


Researchers from the subscribing institutions can publish their articles open access without additional fees during 2023–2024.

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Open access publishing included in new ACM and Nature Research agreements


Two new FinELib-agreements containing open access publishing rights came into effect in the summer: ACM and Nature Research.

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FinELib partners with the Open Library of Humanities


FinELib and the Open Library of Humanities (OLH) have signed an agreement.

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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.

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