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American Chemical Society

American Chemical Society 2017-2021

 

• Corresponding authors whose articles are accepted by ACS, will be granted automatically an ACS AuthorChoice Open Access License CC-BY-NC-ND. A corresponding author participates in the OA program, for a journal article, if he/she provides to ACS, at submission, an institution name, and an email address extension, which should be associated with the institution.
• If an author did not use an email extension associated with their qualifying institution (for example gmail), or did not pick the proper institution from the drop down list, the article will not be published as OA.
• The involved institution will be able to request the article to be published in OA until three months after acceptance.
• The agreement covers all 57 ACS subscription titles.
• More information needed? Please, go to ACS Funding Agreement with Partnering Dutch Universities.  

 

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BioMed Central

BioMed Central

 

Maastricht University has a supporter membership at BioMed Central . This membership entitles researchers and students to a 15% discount on the author's fee. Just select Maastricht University or MUMC+ in the drop-down menu. The publisher will apply the discount automatically. You will find more information about this discount on the BioMed Central website.

 

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De Gruyter

De Gruyter 2016-2018

  • Corresponding authors of Dutch universities receive 20% discount when they publish in the De Gruyter Open Access Institutional Member Scheme.
  • De Gruyter Open member institutions and their affiliated authors are entitled to benefit from a 20% discount on Article Processing Charges (APCs). The portfolio available to Dutch scholars consists of over 500 OA peer-reviewed journals.
  • Please contact our OA specialists to find out about the current procedure.

 

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Elsevier

Elsevier 2016-2018

Elsevier has established an agreement with the VSNU to help Dutch authors publishing OA in Elsevier journals.

Publish OA with Elsevier: if an author chooses to publish in OA Elsevier journals (2017), then the article processing charge (APC) will be paid for through a central payment scheme set up by the Dutch universities and Elsevier. The agreement serves to collectively buy off the APCs for individual articles by all corresponding authors at Dutch institutions currently entering into the new agreement with Elsevier.

Steps to take after your article is accepted . New articles in the selected journals will immediately become available on an OA basis upon publication.

Q&A’s for the agreement with Elsevier .

 

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Emerald

Emerald

Emerald will issue OA vouchers to authors at Dutch universities. In 2016: 15, in 2017: 30 and in 2018: 45 vouchers.

These vouchers can be used for all periodicals issued by Emerald and have to be requested before the acceptance of the article.

When submitting an article, the corresponding author can request the Open Access voucher via our Open Access support team. University Library Maastricht will then process the request to Emerald and confirmation of waivering APC costs will follow within a few days.

The Emerald journals can be selected in the list of more than 4,500 journals  [select the list under Overview of journal titles] in which corresponding authors of Dutch universities and academic hospitals can publish in Open Access for free or with a substantial discount. 

 

 

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Karger

Karger 2016-2017

An agreement has been in place to publish at no additional cost in all Karger journals as the corresponding author. On request from Karger, verification of the authors will be done by Maastricht University Library within three days.

See for participating institutions and information at the publisher's website and choose Netherlands in the tickbox.

 

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Lippincott Williams & Wilkins – LWW

Lippincott Williams & Wilkins 2017 -2019

Corresponding authors of articles from Dutch Universities will be able to publish their article free of charge, without Article Processing Charges, in Open Access in about 230 hybrid journals .

Included are original and review articles, systematic reviews, meta-analysis, full case reports and series published in Hybrid Journals. Articles for Full Open Access journals (without subscriptions) are excluded.

With respect to the procedure: on acceptance of the article by the publisher/journal-editors, Maastricht University / MUMC+ authors are advised to contact our Open Access support team for an "APC Waiver" code, which the author can use in LWW/WoltersKluwerHealth’s payment system to ensure the Open Access fee is waived.

 

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Open Library of Humanities

Open Library of Humanities

 

Any researcher should just go to the specific OLH journal or OLH-sponsored journal  of their choice and submit as usual. There will be no fees.

Please contact our OA specialists to find out more about the current procedure.

 

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Royal Society of Chemistry

Royal Society of Chemistry 2017

  • Publishing in Open Access by authors affiliated to Maastricht University is possible at a discount of 15% of the APC list price
  • You can go to the list of available RSC journals
  • Excluded journal titles of the agreement: Chemical Science, Chemistry World, RSC Advances
  • More information on the workflow
  • Articles are made available under the Creative Commons Attribution License 3.0 or the Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial 3.0 License

 

 

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Sage

Sage 2017-2019

  • The corresponding author should be recognised as a researcher of a Dutch university, based on a proper e-mail affiliation.
  • The 100% discount applies for 786 subscription titles, covered by the current overview of journal titles with a nationwide Open Access discount. Please visit the National agreements page  for more information and/or download the title list compiled by SURFmarket for an overview.
  • Sage has to ask for permission for the 100% discount to learned societies, who take advantage of the Sage platform. This applies for 40 journals, identified by the addition: "ask the library".
  • After acceptance of the paper, the author will receive an e-mail from Sage with a form about the nature of the Dutch agreement. As next step, an application form must be filled in and returned immediately in order to publish the paper OA without cost. On the form, you will be asked for a code which you do not need to fill in.
  • Corresponding authors from Dutch Universities can request a discount of 20% for around 80 full OA journals. When APC payment is requested, authors should first contact OA support team for the APC discount code. Dependent on the journal, the author should reply to the payment email with the code (citing the VSNU deal, if possible) or if the payment system allows the code input, the code can be used to automatically claim the discount. The code should be provided at the right moment (as described above). The discount cannot be given with retroactive effect.

Please contact our OA specialists to find out more about the current procedure.

 

 

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Springer

Springer 2017

• Articles by corresponding authors from Dutch universities will be published in OA, at no cost to the author. There is a maximum of 2,200 items. If this number is reached the agreement will terminate and items will no longer be eligible for OA.
• You will be asked among others to identify yourself as corresponding author affiliated with a Dutch university. Springer and the Maastricht University Library will check this information. This step will take place during the production process for the article and will not take up any extra time.
• The agreement applies to some 1,600 journals within the Springer OpenChoice programme.

 

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Taylor & Francis

Taylor & Francis 2017

As of 2016, corresponding authors connected to a Dutch university or University Medical Hospital will be able to publish OA free of charge in around 2.300 Taylor & Francis and Routledge hybrid journals .

If a paper submitted to an Open Select journal is accepted for publication after peer review, the corresponding author will receive an email asking to choose an OA publishing agreement. Please go ahead and select the Creative Commons license  of your choice. You will not need to pay an article publishing charge (APC) to make your article OA.

Some articles which are not original research papers, such as Editorials, Announcements, and Book Reviews, are not covered by this OA publishing agreement .

 

 

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Thieme

Thieme 2016-2018

Corresponding authors can benefit from a discount of 25% on the APC's for around 50 Thieme journals. [PDF ]

Due to this discount, corresponding authors of Maastricht University do not pay € 2.500 but € 1.875.

More information on the Thieme website  .

 

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Wiley

Wiley 2016-2019

The Association of Universities in the Netherlands (VSNU) and scientific information provider Wiley have reached a Combined open access and subscription agreement between Wiley and Dutch universities of approx 1400 scientific journals and the opportunity to publish articles OA in a set of journals, without additional costs for the researcher submitting the article.

Wiley also publishes 60 full OA journals; these are not covered in this agreement. A researcher can of course still make an individual decision to publish in one of these 60 full OA journals. However, as they are not part of this deal, charges will need to be paid by the researcher as an additional fee.

Publish OA with Wiley : corresponding authors of Dutch universities should indicate when their article has been accepted, that the article must be published in OA. This goes without extra charges for the authors. Authors need to choose this OA option in the publication process. At the moment an author receives a message that his or her article has been accepted, the Wiley “author services pages” show how the author can select this option (see 'Steps-for-Authors Flyers' ). The APC (article processing charge) is also presented on this page. The author needs to select in the drop-down menu (Funder / Institution payment) his or her Dutch university, thereby indicating that the APC is covered (via the UKB/VSNU agreement).

 

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