Check the 2023 news from Wiley re Gold OA titles and Hindawi titles in Latest News below.
From January 2022, Otago-affiliated researchers will be able to take advantage of Read and Publish Agreements to publish Otago research and scholarly articles direct to Open Access with no transactional article processing charges, within over 4500 journals.
As part of these agreements, Otago pays for the subscription to access or read journal articles, while at the same time ensuring Otago researchers, academics and students can publish within selected journals as open access.
Agreements have been reached with the following publishers:
Please note that a number of these agreements are capped agreements, which permit a limited number of articles to be published per year.
Once the allowance is used, authors of additional articles may choose to publish as closed access or pay for an article processing charge for the article to be published open access.
Check this 2022 Otago list of titles which are included in these Read and Publish Agreements.
Contact your Subject Librarian for more information about the Read and Publish Agreements.
Track 2022 approval and rejection statistics for Oxford University Press, Springer Nature and Wiley, where the overall Agreements are capped.
Latest News (8/2022)
As of January 1, 2023, in addition to hybrid titles, the Wiley Read and Publish Agreement will include all Wiley Gold Titles and all Hindawi Titles, for publishing, free of any APC charges to authors. Hindawi is a pure OA publisher acquired by Wiley in 2021. See more details in the Wiley tab above.
CAUL (the Council of Australian University Librarians) has reached an agreement for Annual Reviews to make content freely available nationally, and no author charge. Starting 14th June 2022, Annual Reviews content published between 2013-2022 will be openly available across Australia and New Zealand.
The Annual Reviews journals provide overviews of scientific progress across the life, biological, physical and social sciences. Check the title list and details.
1. University of Otago is an associate member of the CAUL (Council of Australian University Libraries) Procurement consortium. Pressure from academic library consortia, such as CAUL, for Open Access publishing has led to increasing experimentation by publishers, and new Open Access business models. These “transformative agreements” are designed to eventually re-purpose subscription expenditure to pay for APC fees associated with Open Access publishing.
2. The Company of Biologists, Oxford, Springer Nature and Wiley agreements offer publishing entitlements in hybrid journals only. Hybrid journals contain some closed-access articles that Otago subscribers can read, and some OA articles. Publishing entitlements for the Brill and Cambridge agreements include hybrid and some Gold OA journals. In Gold OA journals all articles are published OA. Where fully OA journals are not included in these agreements, authors will likely still incur APCs.