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Read & Publish Agreements and Publisher Discounts: Wiley and Hindawi

This guide explains Read & Publish open access agreements provided for UC researchers by the Library. These agreements remove Article Processing Fees payable by authors for open access publishing to included publishers and journals.

Wiley & Hindawi - Read & Publish Agreement

The University of Canberra has a Read & Publish Agreement with Wiley and Hindawi for 2023 & 2024.

Journals included in this agreement

This agreement allows for publishing in most of Wiley's hybrid and gold open access journals with no transactional article processing charges (APCs).

Full title list with R&P inclusion status (airtable)

Eligible article types

The following article types are eligible for open access under this agreement:

  • Case Study
  • Commentary
  • Data Article
  • Education
  • Lecture
  • Method and Protocol
  • Perspective
  • Practice and Policy
  • Rapid Publication
  • Research Article
  • Review Article
  • Short Communication
  • Technical Note

See the complete list of eligible article types in the list of article classifications 

Limitations of the agreement

  • The 2024 agreement is limited to 6,900 articles across all participating institutions. The current number of approved articles can be found on the CAUL information page.
  • Articles must be accepted for publication by a participating journal between 1/1/2022 - 31/12/2024 for this agreement to apply
  • Page and colour charges are not included under the terms of this agreement.
  • No other APC discounts are offered under this agreement.

Creative Commons licenses

Articles from authors at participating institutions will be published under the author's choice of the following licenses:

  • CC-BY
  • CC-BY-NC
  • CC-BY-ND

For more information on Creative Commons licenses see the home page of this guide.

How to submit your article

  1. Follow the publisher's usual article submission process via the journal’s homepage.
  2. On acceptance of the article, the corresponding author selects open access, confirms the licence type (e.g. CC-BY), and indicates funder and their institutional affiliation using Wiley Author Services.
  3. The APC will be waived for authors who have 
    • used an institutional email address belonging to one of the participating institutions and
    • selected a participating institution as their institutional affiliation.
  4. Corresponding authors need to be affiliated with a participating institution to qualify for this agreement. Eligibility will be recognised by via the corresponding author's email address and institutional affiliation. (Authors can update their Wiley profile if necessary.)

For more information on the author workflow refer to this step-by-step guide on publishing open access in Wiley and Hindawi journals.