Wiley 2016-2020

This deal applies to 1,400 hybrid journals.

Deal duration
Status licence

NB. Details of a new agreement with this publisher are worked out at this moment. Open access publishing services as part of the former consortium deal will be continued in the meantime.


License and conditions

  • An agreement between Dutch universities and Wiley starts as of 4 March 2016 on open access publishing in 1400 hybrid journals.
  • Use the Open Access Journal Browser to find out if a specific journal is part of the agreement.
  • Corresponding authors of Dutch universities should indicate, when their article has been accepted, that the article must be published in open access. This goes without extra charges for the authors.
  • Wiley also publishes 60 full open access journals; those are not covered in this agreement.
  • Corresponding authors (teaching/research staff and students employed/enrolled) of participating institutes can publish their articles without any costs open access.
  • Publication types that are part of the deal: original research articles, review articles.


How does it work?

  • 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 your institution 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.

Meer informatie

Mor information on the Wiley website and see the flyer "How to Order OnlineOpen".


This contract discloses the 'Wiley Online Journals License'. See also the contract 'Amendment to Wiley online agreement' for 2020.

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