Want to learn more about how you want to make your research open? Read everything you need to know about the release of Open Access with Taylor and Francis. By the end of 2020, the authors of this programme will be able to publish the Open Access of the European Central University without having to pay a publication fee for articles (APC). This reading and publication agreement applies to Taylor-Francis and Routledge Open Select (hybrid) titles that have a standard APC. Understanding your copyright options as an author is becoming more and more important, especially with the growth of open access publishing. The agreement is national and there is a common ceiling of 1,450 articles per year for all participants in the agreement. Authors associated with the Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences (CAMS) and the Beijing Union Medical College (PUMC) can now publish open access in Taylor and Francis magazines at a discounted price. This agreement includes articles published in open access magazines, including Cogent OA, as well as authors who wish to do their articles in Open Select (hybrid) open access titles. The offer is also available for researchers who wish to convert previously published articles to open access at a later date. Also read our membership agreements with the University of Nevada, Las Vegas and Portland State University in the United States. Copyright transfer is a common practice in the publication of series and magazines. It aims to help authors, publishers and publishers who participate in the creation of a unique copyright product, consisting of several contributions, to protect against copyright abuse.

Under this agreement, the authors concerned can apply for funding from participating Austrian institutions, including those with the support of the Scientific Fund (FWF), for the publication costs of the Open Access in Taylor – Francis Open Select (hybrid journal). We work with institutions and funders around the world to help researchers publish Gold Open Access in their selected magazines. These agreements may mean that individual authors can benefit from a reduced publication fee for articles (APCs) or publish open access for free for themselves.