The Royal Danish Library’s national licensing consortium has on behalf of the Danish universities and other research institutions entered three new agreements with Springer, Cambridge University Press (CUP) and Institute of Physics Publishing (IOP), respectively.
These agreements allow researchers at Aarhus University and Aarhus University Hospital to publish Open Access (OA) without paying any article processing fees (APC) in a number of journals.
Read more about the agreements and what they mean for you who is affiliated with Aarhus University.
Aarhus University (AU) supports the idea of the national Open Access strategy and strives to create free access for all citizens, researchers and companies to research publications produced as part of research conducted at AU. Open Access offers direct access to published research results for everyone. Access does not depend on users having subscribed to a journal, either personally or via their library.
Read about your different publication choices with regards to Open Access.
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How can AU Library help you with Open Access in Pure?
If you have any questions about Open Access, you are very welcome to contact AU Library's Open Access support: firstname.lastname@example.org