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Publisher Deal duration Status licence Terms and conditions More info
Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) 2015-2016 Finalised licence
  • Gold for Gold is a scheme established by the Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) that rewards all institutions that subscribe to RSC Gold subscription package with vouchers to make articles open access, free of charge. 11 of the 14 Dutch universities are using the Gold 4 Gold vouchers.
  • Researchers who want to use one, please contact the open access contact person within your university.
SAGE 2015-2016 Finalised licence
  • Dutch university staff is able to publish open access in 150 selected journals as corresponding author. They will be notified automatically by SAGE on the basis of their email. The domain name of the university has to be present in the email. The notice will include an open access license form. After receiving a filled out form the article will be published with a CC.BY.3.0 license in SAGE choice. 

  • Dutch corresponding authors are able to receive a substantial discount. In 2016 they can publish their article for 200GBP/375USD in open access in other SAGE journals. Do you want to be eligible for this discount? Please send a standard license form to the editor of the journal after your publication has been accepted on whick you notify her/him that you want to publish in open access- SAGE Choice. You will be sent the SAGE Choice OA license. to use this discount, you have to fill in code "UKB90" on the SAGE Choice form.

More information on the SAGE OA-website and the VSNU website.

Springer 2015-2016 Finalised licence
  • Articles by corresponding authors from Dutch univerities and the KNAW will be published in open access, at no cost to the author.
  • The agreement applies to some 1,700 journals within the Springer OpenChoice programme, with the exception of titles from learned societies, BioMedCentral and SpringerOpen.

More information on the Springer website.

All publishers listed

Deal duration
2015-2016
Status licence
Finalised licence
Terms and conditions
  • Gold for Gold is a scheme established by the Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) that rewards all institutions that subscribe to RSC Gold subscription package with vouchers to make articles open access, free of charge. 11 of the 14 Dutch universities are using the Gold 4 Gold vouchers.
  • Researchers who want to use one, please contact the open access contact person within your university.
Publisher SAGE
Deal duration
2015-2016
Status licence
Finalised licence
Terms and conditions
  • Dutch university staff is able to publish open access in 150 selected journals as corresponding author. They will be notified automatically by SAGE on the basis of their email. The domain name of the university has to be present in the email. The notice will include an open access license form. After receiving a filled out form the article will be published with a CC.BY.3.0 license in SAGE choice. 

  • Dutch corresponding authors are able to receive a substantial discount. In 2016 they can publish their article for 200GBP/375USD in open access in other SAGE journals. Do you want to be eligible for this discount? Please send a standard license form to the editor of the journal after your publication has been accepted on whick you notify her/him that you want to publish in open access- SAGE Choice. You will be sent the SAGE Choice OA license. to use this discount, you have to fill in code "UKB90" on the SAGE Choice form.

More info

More information on the SAGE OA-website and the VSNU website.

Publisher Springer
Deal duration
2015-2016
Status licence
Finalised licence
Terms and conditions
  • Articles by corresponding authors from Dutch univerities and the KNAW will be published in open access, at no cost to the author.
  • The agreement applies to some 1,700 journals within the Springer OpenChoice programme, with the exception of titles from learned societies, BioMedCentral and SpringerOpen.
More info

More information on the Springer website.

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