The University Libraries task force on OA publishing has prepared this guide to assist faculty and student researchers with navigating the information needed to publish their research with Wiley. Please consult OhioLINK's "Information for Authors" guide for the full details on this deal. See all OhioLINK OA agreements here.
OhioLINK has signed onto a deal with Wiley publisher to extend open access publishing benefits to lead authors of eligible institutions for the next two years (March 2022 through December 2023). Funding is limited. More details in this guide.
What is OhioLINK's Wiley hybrid open access deal?
In addition to OhioLINK member institutions' current access to all Wiley journal titles, OhioLINK has negotiated an upgraded agreement with Wiley that offers open access publishing benefits for authors at no cost.
Starting in March 2022, students, faculty, and staff at most OhioLINK member institutions now have the ability to publish open access (OA) journal articles in 1,400 hybrid journals published by Wiley* at no additional cost to either the author or the institution.
Fully open access journals are not eligible for the open access publishing benefits under this deal. [READ MORE]
Eligible article types
Original research and review articles are eligible for open access publishing in any of Wiley's 1,400+ hybrid open access journals* under this deal. Articles published in Wiley's fully gold open access journals are not eligible.
Eligible authors and institutions
In order to be eligible to publish open access at no cost in a Wiley hybrid journal under this deal, the corresponding author of the article must be affiliated with an institution that subscribes to OhioLINK’s Electronic Journal Center (EJC), a full text searchable database of electronic journal articles from top scholarly publishers. Wiley's institutional funding tool allows authors to determine if they are eligible for open access funding through an institutional deal with Wiley. [READ MORE]
* link opens spreadsheet title list
Quick Eligibility Checklist for no-charge APC coverage