Frequently Asked Questions

Wiley

Wiley has partnered with Copyright Clearance Center's RightsLink service to offer a variety of options for reusing Wiley content from its journals. Wiley is the copyright holder of the content being licensed, and RightsLink is the service by which you procure a license. All billing is managed by Copyright Clearance Center.

 

Listed below are highlights of the Wiley RightsLink offering.

 

Once in RightsLink, the easy Quick Price process will clarify when permission is required. It is your responsibility to ensure that the material is original to Wiley and that the material was not reprinted with permission from a non-Wiley source.

 

How can I contact Wiley?

 

How should I acknowledge Wiley in my work?

Do I need a copy of the content I wish to reproduce?

What is Wiley Online Library?

What duration of time may I reuse Wiley content?

In what formats may I reuse Wiley content?

In what geographic regions may I reuse Wiley content?

How can I obtain permission to reuse Wiley content?

What portions of Wiley content may I reuse?

What quantities of Wiley content may I reuse?

What types of individuals and organizations may reuse Wiley content?

Will taxes be applied to my order?

May I license translations of Wiley content into different languages?

How may I reuse Wiley content?

How may I reuse Wiley oBooks (online books)?

How may I obtain an Open Access license?

How can I obtain reprints of Wiley content?

 

 

 


How can I contact Wiley?

Wiley Customer Service

 

Journal Permissions

 

United States

RightsLink@wiley.com

Tel: +1-201-748-8765

 

United Kingdom

RightsLink@wiley.com

Tel: +44 1243 770649

 

Germany - Wiley VCH

RightsLink@wiley.com

Fax: +49 6201 606332

 

 

Journal Reprints

 

Single Reprints of Wiley, Wiley-Liss, Jossey-Bass, Pfeiffer, Wiley-UK & Wiley-VCH Journal Articles

Wiley InterScience Pay-Per-View

Fax: +1-201-748-8789

 

Bulk Reprints of U.S. Journal Articles

E-mail:corporatesalesusa@wiley.com

 

Bulk Reprints of UK Journal Articles

E-mail: corporatesaleseurope@wiley.com

 

Bulk Reprints of VCH Journal Articles

E-mail: corporatesalesDE@wiley.com

 

 

Book Reprints

 

Please contact the Reprints team directly with questions.

 

Reprints of UK Book Content

E-mail: corporatesaleseurope@wiley.com

 

Reprints of US Book Content

E-mail: corporatesalesusa@wiley.com

 

 

oBooks (online books)

 

Visit the Wiley Customer Support Website -- this searchable knowledge base contains FAQs, installation notes, content updates, and more for many of our current products. It also enables you to contact a technical support representative directly if you do not find the answer to your question.

 

If none of the information on this page addresses your problem, please visit Wiley Customer Support online.

 

If you prefer, you may call Wiley Customer Care at (877) 762-2974 (8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Eastern Time, Monday - Friday). Please have all the information about your order request ready, including the confirmation e-mail.

 

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How should I acknowledge Wiley in my work?

Acknowledgement in the following form must be given in each place where the licensed material is reproduced:

"Copyright (Year) Wiley. Used with permission from (author, title of material, title of book/journal and publisher)."

 

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Do I need a copy of the content I wish to reproduce?

Yes, you need a copy of the content you wish to reproduce.
 

RightsLink will provide a license to reuse the content, not the content itself. To obtain the content, choose from the many Wiley purchasing options available online:

Pay-Per-View

Pay-Per-View offers instant, full-text access to journal articles, Online Book chapters, and more without a subscription. This service allows anyone to purchase access to individual documents directly by using a credit card. Access is instant and available for 24 hours.

 

How to Use Pay-Per-View:

  1. Select an article or book chapter:Browse or search through the online collection of more than 10,000 book and journal titles. Choose an article or chapter of interest that is not within your current subscription holdings and click the Full Text link (either PDF or HTML). You will see a screen stating you do not have access to the full text, with a button at the bottom providing the option to purchase 24-hour access to the article or chapter.
  2. Register as a Wiley Online Library User:Click the "Register to Purchase" button and complete the online registration form if you are a new user—or login with your existing username and password if you are already a registered user.
  3. Click the "Buy Now" button: After you register and login, you will be returned to the "access denied" page. You should see a "Buy Now" button at the bottom of the screen.
  4. Enter Your Billing Address: You should enter a valid personal billing address here (as opposed to a work address). This is for verification only and is not retained in our system.
  5. Review Billing Address and Enter Discount Code: Check that your address is OK. If you have a 5-digit PROMOTION CODE, enter the code where indicated, and hit "Apply Discount"—the appropriate amount should now be displayed. Complete the credit card information for billing and click "Submit Order"—you should now have immediate access to the full text article in PDF or HTML (as available). Your rights to access the content will last for 24 hours from the time you submit your order. You will receive a confirming e-mail with a link to the article or chapter for your reference. After 24 hours, your access to the content will expire.
 

Pay-Per-View (Links to Wiley help online.)

 

 

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What is Wiley Online Library?

Wiley Online Library is the dynamic online journals service from John Wiley & Sons. Customers who hold full rate subscriptions may upgrade their print subscriptions to a print and online subscription, or opt for a fully electronic online subscription. Access to tables of contents and abstracts for some 1400 Wiley journals is also available to guest users.

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What duration of time may I reuse Wiley content?

Any form of republication must be completed within two years from the date of the license (although copies prepared before may be distributed thereafter).

 

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In what formats may I reuse Wiley content?

Content may be reused in print, electronic, or both formats according to the license granted. Format reflects whether you intend to reuse Wiley material in print (on paper or other hard-copy, printed medium), electronic (CD-DVD or memory device; does not permit reuse on any Website), or both print and electronic. [NOTE: Some format types are not available for certain types of use, according to Wiley business requirements.]

 

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In what geographic regions may I reuse Wiley content?

Licenses obtained through the RightsLink service may be exercised anywhere in the world. Low income and low-middle income countries are entitled to discounted pricing for some Wiley content reuses. The price displayed in RightsLink will adjust accordingly after account creation or log in.  

 

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How can I obtain permission to reuse Wiley content?

How Does RightsLink Work?

 

  1. Locate Content: Locate on the Wiley website (http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/) the journal title you wish to reuse.  

  2. Launch RightsLink: Click the Permissions link associated with the article you have just located. This will launch the RightsLink service.

  3. Quick Price: Follow the simple instructions to obtain a Quick Price quotation. The price you are charged involves many variables, such as requestor type, circulation, and a fee set by Wiley. In some cases there is no fee, but you will still obtain a permission agreement from Wiley. [NOTE: Some permission requests cannot be completed through RightsLink and require additional assistance from Wiley. If you select such a category, you will see a special instruction.] Click the Continue button to begin the order process. See also Payment and Pricing.

  4. Place Order: To place your order, you will be prompted to set up an account or confirm/edit account information; confirm your order; confirm your payment method; and accept the terms and conditions.

  5. Order Confirmation: An order confirmation is displayed listing the details of your RightsLink order. It offers additional links for viewing the terms and conditions, editing your account information, and editing your order specifications.

  6. E-mail Confirmation: An e-mail confirmation will be sent to you listing the details of your order. You may reuse the content upon receipt of the order confirmation e-mail, according to the license details and Wiley terms & conditions.

 

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What portions of Wiley content may I reuse?

Content may be reused in the following portions, including full text, according to the license granted. Portion describes which element(s) of the Wiley article you would like to reuse. Enter the number of figures or tables that you intend to reuse. Your license will be granted accordingly. Reuse of the material in a portion not selected is not permitted.

 

 

You may not reuse any portions of Wiley content for which you do not have a license.

 

Note: This permission does not apply to images that are credited to publications other than Wiley journals or books. For images credited to non-Wiley journal or book publications, you will need to obtain permission from the journal or book referenced in the figure or table legend or credit line before making any use of the image(s) or table(s).

 

 

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What quantities of Wiley content may I reuse?

This field describes how many copies of your work will be produced. The figure entered should correspond to the circulation or print run of your work.

 

Circulation (or quantity / print run) reflects the number of recipients and material format (print, electronic, or both). A publication delivered as a package in both print and electronic format to the same recipient reflects a print run of one just as a publication delivered in either print or electronic to the same recipient. A publication, however, delivered as print to one recipient and electronic to another recipient reflects a circulation of two.

 

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What types of individuals and organizations may reuse Wiley content?

Requestor type defines the type of organization that will be using the licensed content. Wiley requires this information to drive its business rules regarding the granting of licenses.

 

 

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Will taxes be applied to my order?

Wiley does not apply taxes for permissions reuses.  

 

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May I license translations of Wiley content into different languages?

You may license permission to translate content from a Wiley publication into a different language(s), including or excluding the English language. You may license up to five languages. Only full articles may be translated, not portions.

 

Permission to translate is granted in combination with how you intend to reuse the content. For example, reuse of the content in a presentation in multiple languages is permitted. Reuse of the content in multiple languages without specifying the intended reuse is not permitted.

 

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How may I reuse Wiley content?

A type of use describes what you may wish to do with copyrighted content and what the publisher permits. Wiley offers the following types of use either directly through RightsLink or after approval by Wiley. For Wiley terms and conditions regarding each of these types of use, please reference the Wiley terms and conditions offered during the order process.

 

RightsLink can process your permission requests to reuse Wiley content in:

 

Note: If you are an academic institution not receiving any sponsorship or educational grants from any commercial companies please select ‘Reuse in a coursepack/classroom materials’

 

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How may I reuse Wiley oBooks (online books located at http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com)?

You may reuse Wiley oBook (online books located at http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com) content by placing a permissions order through RightsLink just as you would for Wiley journal content.

 

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How may I obtain an Open Access license?

If you represent a non-commercial organization, you may obtain an Open Access license for enabled publications. RightsLink will automatically display an Open Access message if the publication you have selected for reuse is Open Access enabled.

 

Currently available Wiley Open Access journals are:

 

John Wiley & Sons Group Company grants licenses under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution Non Commercial License which permits use, distribution and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited and is not used for commercial purposes. Use of Wiley Open Access articles for commercial, promotional, or marketing purposes requires further explicit permission from Wiley and will be subject to a fee.

 

Please click here to determine if your request meets the terms of non commercial or commercial re-use.

 

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How may I obtain reprints of Wiley content?

Reprints are customized reproductions of articles printed on high-quality paper. Please contact Wiley reprints with your commercial reprint requests.

 

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