Authors from a Dutch university may publish primary research and review articles open access in any of Wiley's hybrid, OnlineOpen journals at no charge to the author until 2019.
Are Wiley's full open access journals also part of this deal?
Wiley also publishes 60 full open access journals; these journals are not covered in this agreement. A researcher can, of course, still make an individual decision to publish in one of the 60 full Open Access journals. As these journals are not part of the Big Deal, the APCs will still need to be paid by the researcher as an additional fee.
This is what Wiley says: "Open Access must be ordered between the date of acceptance and the date of publication. If the article is already published in Early View or in Issue on Wiley Online Library, the article is ineligible to benefit from the discount."
There have been cases in which RUG authors were too late in requesting open access due to the fact that their article was already online available via 'early view'. It turned out that the time span between the acceptance date and the online publication as 'Early view' was very short - just over a month.
See: Flyer How to make your article open access with OnlineOpen
NB You must clearly specify that you would like your article to be published in open access by selecting: order Online Open (ignore APCs/ charges). You can do that after you are notified that your article is accepted.