Publish Your Open Access Research Articles with Wiley
From March 2020 Swansea University is a participating UK institution in partnership with Wiley and the JISC Open Access Agreement for Institutions. This researcher support is provided by the Swansea University Library Service.
Author’s may publish articles in any of Wiley’s fully Gold Open Access, or OnlineOpen hybrid (subscription) journals with no open access costs to the author*. A list of Wiley’s Open Access and hybrid subscription journals is available from the Open Access Author Dashboard together with access to an Author Compliance Tool so you can check if you meet your funder obligations.
To publish without having to pay additional Article Publication Charges (APCs), the corresponding author must be from a participating UK institution and the article must have been accepted on or after 2 March 2020.
- Your manuscript must have been accepted on or after 2 March 2020
- You must be the corresponding author who is affiliated with a participating UK institution at the point of acceptance
- You must publish open access in a fully gold OA journal or a hybrid (subscription) journal that offers OnlineOpen
- If publishing in a hybrid (subscription) journal, you must order OnlineOpen at the point of acceptance by using the Wiley Author Services workflow
- As the Wiley Open Access Account holder, the Library Research Support team will authorise your request provided you meet the eligibility criteria. Please use a Swansea University email address to help us authenticate your application. We will contact you directly if we need additional information before approving your request
- This agreement cannot be used to cover additional charges (e.g. cover, color, and page charges), which individual journals administer separately
- Please ensure that you acknowledge your funder and provide details for any supporting data in the published article. This is a requirement for research articles supported by many funders, including UKRI
*subject to availability of sufficient funds and approval from eligible institutions’ Wiley Open Access Account holders.
You can find further details on our Open Access Library Guide.