From 1st April 2016, researchers need to deposit the final peer-reviewed manuscript of journal articles and conference papers in a repository within 3 months of acceptance.
Funders may require that you publish your work open access. More details below and in this video.
There are two basic types of Open Access:
Researchers can check which route best meets their needs by using SHERPA/FACT to check their funding body requirements and the publishing options available in different journals.
Staff from the Bodleian Libraries discuss open access at Oxford University. Eli Harriss talks about the different routes to make published work open access and the policies required by different funding bodies, Juliet Ralph talks about the help and tools available to comply with open access policies and Sarah Barkla discusses the Oxford Research Archive.
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