1) Papers published by Eurographics (Eurographics Workshop/Symposia Proceedings, Eurographics Partner Events, Eurographics Local Chapter Events)
From 2022, all new releases published by Eurographics will be licensed under Creative Commons. Publishing with Eurographics is Plan-S compliant.
2) Articles and Papers published by Eurographics Association and Wiley (Computer Graphics Forum)
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Plan-S (https://www.coalition-s.org/) compliance:
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Wiley’s Transformational Agreements: A Summary:
Resources for authors funded by cOAlition S:
Authors have to check for the individual article, if their funders’ requirements are fulfilled. This is possible with:
https://journalcheckertool.org/ and specially for Wiley publications:
(Three parameters are necessary: Journal, Funder, Institution)
Wiley has a number of agreements in place with institutions and funders to help authors publish open access and ensure compliance with open access policies.