Agreement on Wiley's journal package until the end of 2019

FinELib will extend the agreement with Wiley until the end of 2019 on the same terms and conditions as the previous 2018 agreement. However, the negotiations will continue immediately, as the purpose of the next agreement is to include an open access element in addition to the right to read the journals.

Aalto University researchers and students have access to 2014 Full Collection (1317  journals) and an organization-specific journal package, Aalto University Core Collection. The package includes scientific journals in the fields of medicine, natural sciences, social sciences, humanities, technology, life sciences and chemistry. The 2019 agreement does not include open access components.

Press release on the FinELib website:

Wiley Online Library in Aalto-Finna:

Further information: [email protected]


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