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Make your article open access in hybrid journals

Most of Wiley's subscription-based journals offer a hybrid open access option, allowing you to publish openly in your journal of choice.


Benefits

  • High visibility all articles are immediately, freely available online
  • Easy compliance with open access mandates with Creative Commons licenses
  • Reuse and immediate deposit of final article in any website or repository
  • Copyright retention – You retain the copyright for your article at all times
  • Automatic export to PubMed Central/Europe PubMed Central (PMC) when appropriate*
  • High-quality and authoritative publishing standards with rigorous peer-review

How to select open access

Once your article is accepted, the corresponding author is able to select the open access option from the Author Services Dashboard. For step-by-step instructions, visit our How to Order Hybrid Open Access page.


Once your order is complete, your article will be made open access immediately upon publication. The open access icon and Creative Commons license signals to readers that the content is freely available to read, download and share. Learn more about the benefits of publishing open access here.


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Publication Fee

Hybrid OA Price List

With hybrid open access, the author, institution or funder pays an Article Publication Charge (APC) for the article to be open access – making it immediately and freely available to everyone. APC amounts vary by journal.


The good news is your funder or institution may be willing to cover this charge for you. Visit our Author Compliance Tool and Institutional Payments pages to find out more



*If the article is: 1) funded by an NIH funding institute, or 2) published as hybrid open access and funded by a PMC partner or Europe PMC funder, or 3) published open access in a MEDLINE-indexed journal, or 4) published in a Journal with a Full Participation Agreement with PMC; the final published version1 will become freely available on PMC/Europe PMC, the full-text archive of scientific literature in the biomedical and life sciences.


1 For NIH funded articles that are not published open access, the author manuscript will be deposited in PMC, rather than the final published version.