From 1 January 2022, authors affiliated with institutions in Australia and New Zealand that are participating in Wiley’s Council of Australian University Librarians (CAUL) agreement may publish in Wiley’s journals that offer open access, with no transactional Article Publication Charges (APC).
You can be confident that by choosing open access, your work will have the best chance to be read, cited and shared. Read more about the advantages of publishing open access.
|Follow this step by step guide to making your article open access in a Wiley hybrid journal – at no cost to yourself. Go to the Wiley Author Services Dashboard now, to select open access for your article.|
|Follow this step by step guide, or declare your affiliated institutions when requested during the submission process in a Wiley fully open access journal, to submit your article’s open access APC to your affiliated institutions.|
|Follow this step by step guide to submit your manuscript to a Hindawi fully open access journal, and your article’s open access APC to your affiliated institutions.|
Please refer to this guide on CAUL’s website for more information or contact your university or library if you have any questions.
1Eligibility is subject to when the institution has formalized their participation in the agreement. If you are no longer affiliated with an eligible institution at the point of acceptance of your paper in a hybrid journal or submission to fully open access titles, you do not qualify.
2Other article types e.g. letters, editorials etc. are excluded. Please refer to this full list of article classifications and their eligibility for open access APC coverage under the agreement.
3If you don't order open access initially, your manuscript will be published under the traditional closed access model. You may order open access retroactively, but once your paper is published in Early View or In Issue online you are no longer eligible to publish open access at no charge.
4Fully open access journals under Wiley’s and Hindawi’s portfolios are included in this agreement from 2023 onwards.
5For submissions by CAUL affiliated authors to Wiley hybrid journals that transitioned to fully open access under Wiley’s or Hindawi’s portfolios within 2022, the articles’ APCs will either be waived or routed to CAUL participating institutions for review, under CAUL’s agreement in 2023, subject to the articles’ acceptance date.
6For both hybrid and fully open access journals, articles that have been published in Early View or In Issue Online will no longer be eligible for coverage under CAUL’s agreement.