Publish Open Access, Free of Charge in Elsevier journals

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All researchers affiliated with University of Helsinki have now the possibility to publish their articles open access in Elsevier journals free of charge.

University of Helsinki provides support for open access publishing fees in over 1600 Elsevier journals. The following terms and conditions apply for financial publishing support:

  • University of Helsinki affiliated researcher is the corresponding author of the article.
  • Correspondence with the publisher from helsinki.fi -email address (if possible).
  • The article is accepted to one of the journals listed in the contract.
  • The article is accepted for publishing during the period of 1.1.2018-31.12.2020.

Helsinki University Library pays any article processing fee for the researcher.

Instructions for the Elsevier open access publishing process and more information on the Article Processing Fee (ACP) discounts.

Kirjasto neuvottelee sopimukset digitaalisista opiskelumateriaaleista
Kuva: Helsingin yliopisto / Elias Kilkki 2017

New open access publishing model is part of the three year agreement between Finnish universities and research institutions and Elsevier. Read more about the agreement. In addition to the current Elsevier journals you have access to all Elsevier back-file issues. All these journals can be found via Helka database.

If you have any questions, please contact Helsinki University Library: hulib-apc@helsinki.fi. We are happy to help!

2 Replies to “Publish Open Access, Free of Charge in Elsevier journals”

  1. APCs are covered for many other publishers, too. Why does University of Helsinki advertise one particular company here?

    1. Helsinki University Library has listed in APC guide (http://libraryguides.helsinki.fi/apc) all the publishers or publications were the researchers of the UH may receive a discount to the APC. The HULib agreement with Elsevier as part of FinELib consortium was just released and therefore the instructions to the corresponding Authors of the UH were also informed about the new agreement and benefits.

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