We’re partnering with institutions and funders around the world to help researchers publish gold open access in their chosen journals. These agreements can mean that individual authors benefit from discounted article publishing charges (APCs) or can publish open access at no cost to themselves.
Explore our current open access agreements here, find out if you’re eligible, and how to access the funds.
Under this agreement corresponding authors at participating Austrian institutions, including those with Austrian Science Fund (FWF) support, can request funding towards the cost of publishing open access in Taylor & Francis Open Select (hybrid) journals.
Corresponding authors affiliated with the Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences (CAMS) and Peking Union Medical College (PUMC) can now publish open access in Taylor & Francis journals at a discounted rate. This agreement includes articles published in full open access journals, including Cogent OA, as well as authors who wish to make their articles open access in Open Select (hybrid) titles. The offer is also available to researchers who would like to retrospectively convert previously published articles to open access.
Further details about this agreement is available on the CAMS website.
This transformative agreement enables corresponding authors at 15 Finnish institutions to publish open access in over 2,000 Taylor & Francis and Routledge Open Select (hybrid) journals, without having to pay an article publishing charge. Find out more about this FinELib ‘read & publish’ agreement which runs until the end of 2022.
Friedrich-Althoff-Konsortium (FAK), the regional consortium for Berlin and Brandenburg, offers participating institutions an allocation of discounted APCs for all Taylor & Francis Open Select (hybrid) journals. The Humboldt University of Berlin and University of Potsdam are already part of this agreement, so please speak to your librarian if you’re based at one of those institutions.
Corresponding authors based in one of the participating Leibniz Association institutions can choose to publish open access in a Taylor & Francis or Routledge Open Select (hybrid) journal without paying an article publishing charge. Check if your institution is included, then contact your librarian to discuss whether your article will qualify.
Corresponding authors based in Max Planck institutes are now eligible to have their article published open access without having to pay an article publishing charge. This applies to peer-reviewed papers in full open access and Open Select (hybrid) Taylor & Francis Group journals, including Routledge and Cogent OA titles.
More information for Max Planck researchers is available on the MPDL website.
Until the end of 2020, corresponding authors affiliated with the Central European University can publish open access without needing to pay an article publishing charge (APC). This read and publish agreement applies to Taylor & Francis and Routledge Open Select (hybrid) titles that have a standard APC.
Articles with corresponding authors based at Dutch universities and university medical centers are now published gold OA, at no cost to the researchers, in Taylor & Francis and Routledge Open Select (hybrid) journals. Researchers will automatically receive more details about the VSNU agreement when their peer-reviewed article is accepted for publication.
Taylor & Francis has a 3-year partnership with UNIT, the Norwegian Directorate for ICT and Joint Services in Higher Education and Research. This helps researchers from participating institutions to publish their research open access and have continued read access to the Taylor & Francis and Routledge portfolio of journals.
This ‘read & publish’ agreement with Qatar National Library means all articles published in 2019 and 2020 with a corresponding author based at an institution in Qatar will be eligible for open access publishing. This includes papers published in fully open access journals as well as those published in one of the 2,300 Taylor & Francis and Routledge Open Select (hybrid) journals.
Corresponding authors at institutions participating in the Bibsam consortium can now publish open access in Taylor & Francis Open Select (hybrid) journals without having to pay an APC. Read more about the Bibsam agreement, including which types of articles qualify and which institutions are covered.
This agreement offers participating UK institutions an allocation of discounted APCs for most Taylor & Francis Open Select (hybrid) journals. Please note that Medical titles are not currently included in this scheme.
Speak to your librarian to find out if your institution is part of the agreement.
Corresponding authors affiliated with a University of California campus, including the Berkeley Lab are eligible for a discount on the standard APC to make their paper open access in any Taylor & Francis, Routledge, or Cogent OA journal. Find out more about the California Digital Library agreement, and how it works.
This three-year ‘read & publish’ agreement covers the open access publishing costs for articles by Ohio State corresponding authors in Taylor & Francis journals. It also gives The Ohio State University community ongoing access to Taylor & Francis’s collection of more than 2,300 journals. Find out how you can publish your research open access through this agreement with The Ohio State University.
Corresponding authors with primary affiliations based in one of the EIFL network countries in Europe, Africa, and Asia may be eligible for a 100% or 50% discount on the normal APC. For more information, including the list of countries and participating journals, please visit our EIFL page.
A number of individual institutions partner with Taylor & Francis to make funds available to authors wishing to publish open access. Find out if your institution has an agreement with us on the open access members page on Taylor & Francis Online.
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