As a leading Open Access publisher, Frontiers works with research institutions, libraries, consortia and funders to improve the ways researchers are supported when publishing open access.
Funds are deposited into a Frontiers account and used to pay for APCs of accepted articles
APCs for all accepted articles within a given month are aggregated into a monthly invoice
APCs for all accepted articles are sent directly to the contact point at the institution.
To set up an institutional membership with Frontiers, or if you require more information, please email email@example.com or call us at +41 21 5101729.
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Frontiers works with research institutions, libraries, consortia, and funders to improve the ways researchers are supported when publishing open access. Organisations can become institutional members via individual agreements, or (national) consortium agreements. Details of each agreement, including information for authors, can be found below via the organisation's name. Consortium-wide as well as individual institutional agreements simplify the process for authors wishing to publish in Frontiers journals and help contribute to the growing number of research articles that are openly available to all. For more details, institutions can get in touch with their consortium and/or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Frontiers pioneered fully transparent, national agreements for Open Access publishing for research organizations and their researchers. If they have not done so already, institutions can become members by joining the (national) consortium agreement applicable.
Institutional agreements are made between Frontiers and an organisation to simplify the process for authors who are affiliated with (or grantees of) the organisation, and who wish to publish in Frontiers journals. Institutions can become members individually, or via a (national) consortium agreement (see sections above).
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