EIFL signs new agreement with De Gruyter
Agreement covers open access publishing and access to De Gruyter content

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EIFL’s new agreement with the academic publisher De Gruyter offers authors from EIFL partner countries the option of publishing their articles in open access for free or at discounted Article Processing Charges (APCs) in De Gruyter’s over 440 fully open access and hybrid journals. 

The agreement, which is valid until December 2021, also provides free and discounted access to De Gruyter journals.

Free or discounted APCs

Authors from 37 EIFL partner countries can publish their articles in open access for free or at discounted APC rates in De Gruyter’s over 440 fully open access and hybrid journals. Eligibility is as follows:

Waived APCs for authors from: Cambodia, Congo, Ethiopia, Georgia, Ghana, Ivory Coast, Kenya, Kosovo, Kyrgyzstan, Laos, Lesotho, Malawi, Maldives, Moldova, Myanmar, Nepal, North Macedonia, Palestine, Senegal, Sudan, Tanzania, Uganda, Ukraine, Uzbekistan, Zambia, Zimbabwe.

Discounted APCs for authors from: Armenia, Belarus, Botswana, Estonia, Fiji, Latvia, Lithuania, Namibia, Serbia, Slovenia, Thailand.

Read more about the APC waivers and discounts offered by De Gruyter to authors in EIFL partner countries.

Free or discounted access to De Gruyter journals and LIS e-books

The agreement covers free and discounted access to the De Gruyter Journals Collection of over 210 journals and the De Gruyter Library & Information Science E-book Collection of over 30 titles. Eligibility is as follows:

Free access to the De Gruyter Journals Collection and the De Gruyter Library & Information Science E-book Collection for institutions in: Congo, Ivory Coast, Laos, Myanmar, Senegal, Sudan.

Discounted access to the De Gruyter Journals Collection and the De Gruyter Library & Information Science E-book Collection for institutions in: Armenia, Belarus, Fiji, Georgia, Kosovo, Kyrgyzstan, Maldives, Moldova, Nepal, North Macedonia.

Read more about the De Gruyter Journals Collection and the De Gruyter Library & Information Science E-book Collection.