Publish Open Access

FinELib licence agreements for scholarly journals include open access benefits. They enable the corresponding authors to publish their articles openly, either free of article processing charges or with a discounted price.

Terms under which the benefits are available and the processes of the publishers vary.

The benefits agreed are listed below. More information is available from your own library or information service.

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Instructions to the Corresponding Author

ACM

The agreement allows authors to publish their research open access in ACM’s titles at no additional charge.

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American Chemical Society (ACS)

The agreement offers authors an opportunity to publish their articles open access during the agreement term 2021 – 2023 without article processing charges (APC).

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Elsevier

Authors can publish their articles open access without article processing charge (APC) in Elsevier hybrid journals eligible for the agreement.

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Elsevier Cell Press

The agreement allows authors to publish their articles open access without article processing charge (APC) in Cell Press hybrid journals.

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Emerald

The agreement with Emerald offers authors an opportunity to publish their articles without article processing charge under the CC BY-license with a free open access voucher.

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Frontiers

Participating institutions benefit from a discount of 10% on Frontiers’ APCs.

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IEEE

The agreement with IEEE offers the opportunity to publish articles open access without an article processing charge in IEEE’s hybrid and fully open access journals.

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Nature Research

The agreement with Springer Nature includes open access publishing in Nature Research hybrid titles without article processing charge (APC).

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Open Library of Humanities

Authors can publish open access in OLH journals at no cost to themselves.

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Oxford University Press

The agreement allows authors to publish their research open access in OUP’s hybrid journals at no additional charge.

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Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC)

Authors can publish their articles open access in RSC hybrid journals without additional payment, since the costs have been covered as a part of FinELib consortium’s agreement.

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SAGE

Authors can publish their articles open access without additional payment in SAGE hybrid journals or get a 20% discount on APC’s when publishing in SAGE Full OA journals.

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Science Advances Journal

Authors get a 15% discount of the APC fee of Science Advances journal. Science Advances is an online-only open access journal.

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SCOAP3

Authors of High-Energy Physics articles can publish open access in SCOAP3 journals at no cost for authors.

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Springer Nature

The agreement includes open access publishing in Springer’s hybrid Compact-collection titles without article processing charge (APC).

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Taylor & Francis

The agreement includes an opportunity to publish a limited amount of articles open access without additional payment in Taylor & Francis Open Select standard rate journals and Open Access journal Annals of Medicine.

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Wiley

The agreement with Wiley enables the authors to publish their articles open access in Wiley’s Full OA and hybrid journals without additional payment.

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Wolters Kluwer / Lippincott (LWW)

The agreement with Wolters Kluwer Health offers an opportunity to publish articles open access without article processing charge for the author.

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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.