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What are the main outlines of the agreement with Wiley?
No charge for publishing in Wiley's OnlineOpen journals
Corresponding authors from a Dutch university or UMC may publish primary research and review articles open access in any of Wiley's 1.418 hybrid journals at no charge to the author.
Are Wiley's full open access journals also part of this deal?
- Wiley also publishes full open access journals; these journals are not covered in this agreement. A researcher can, of course, still make an individual decision to publish in one of the full open access journals. As these journals are not part of the Big Deal, the APCs will still need to be paid by the researcher.
How to receive this discount:
- Once your article is accepted, register or log-in to Wiley Author Services. On your Author Dashboard in Author Services, click ‘Order OnlineOpen’. If your request is approved, you will receive a confirmation mail.
- Use the email address of Radboud University or Radboudumc at any time when having contact with Wiley and during the submitting process. Wiley uses this address to detect if you are eligible for this deal. In doing so during the submitting process you will get the information you need to make the publication available in open access without additional costs.
Which journals are covered by this deal?
How to indicate that you want to publish in open access?
You must clearly specify that you would like your article to be published in open access. You can do that after you are notified that your article is accepted.
Wiley flyer workflow OA deal
This flyer provides a detailed explanation on how to indicate that you want to make use of the Open Access Deal with the VSNU.
Open access deals and discounts.
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