Webinar: IEEE Open Access Workflow for Authors

Date: 22 September 2021Time: 4:00 pm to 4:40 pm The new agreement between IReL and IEEE makes it more convenient for authors to publish open access articles with IEEE as eligible authors pay no article processing charges (APCs).This session will cover:• Why Open Access with IEEE?• IEEE Publication Recommender• IEEE Open Access Agreements with Irish …

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IEEE and IReL expand access to Irish technology research with new transformative OA agreement

IEEE, the world’s largest technical professional organization dedicated to advancing technology for humanity, announced that it has reached an open access read and publish agreement with IReL, the Irish licensing consortium. The transformative read and publish agreement enables corresponding IReL authors to publish open access articles in IEEE’s industry-leading journals and provides continued reading access …

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Irish institutions to benefit from IOP Publishing transformative agreement

IOP Publishing has signed a transformative agreement with IReL. Through the ‘read and publish’ agreement, which lasts until the end of 2024, authors affiliated with eight member institutions of the consortium can publish open access papers in IOPP’s hybrid journals, with no article publication charges for qualifying articles at the point of publication. Read the full announcement

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Minister Harris welcomes a landmark development in Open Access research that will benefit researchers, students and citizens

Press release from Ireland’s Department of Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science: “Minister for Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science Simon Harris has today (Monday, 24 May 2021) welcomed Ireland taking a huge step forward in providing open access to research. The IReL initiative, funded by the Department of Further and …

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ACS signs ‘read and publish’ transformative agreement with IReL

The agreement, which lasts through 2025, will allow all ACS articles published at IReL’s nine participating institutions to be made open access. Additionally, researchers and students will continue to enjoy full access to ACS’ suite of more than 75 premier journals. Further information full press release details of the agreement on irel.ie

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Oxford University Press and IReL agree Read & Publish deal

Oxford University Press has reached a transformative read and publish agreement with IReL. The three-year deal enables users at the ten participating institutions to access the full OUP journals collection of more than 340 prestigious, highly cited titles. The comprehensive publishing side of the agreement enables authors at the institutions to publish their research open …

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IReL signs transformative agreement with Springer Nature

Springer Nature and IReL have agreed a four-year transformative agreement (TA).   This announcement means that associated researchers from IReL member institutions and research bodies can publish OA in Springer Nature’s portfolio of over 2,300 titles including Palgrave, Adis, Open Choice and the Academic Journals on nature.com. With their work freely and universally available from the …

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Taylor & Francis Group and IReL agree three year ‘read and publish’ deal

IReL and Taylor & Francis Group have signed a new transformative agreement, for three years starting in March 2021.   IReL is a licensing consortium of nine participating Irish publicly-funded higher education institutions. This deal allows Irish researchers access to Taylor & Francis Group journals as well as the option to publish in around 2,000 …

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SAGE and IReL Sign Transformative Agreement

IReL has signed its first transformative open access agreement with SAGE Publishing. The three-year Read and Publish deal will provide expanded open access publishing opportunities for corresponding authors at IReL member institutions. This transformative agreement will enable member institutions to access SAGE’s portfolio of over 1100 journals across the Humanities, Social Sciences, and Science, Technology …

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