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    • NIH Public Access Policy: Don't Get Pinched! Luke Rosenberger 2008-04-14
    • NIH Public Access Policy
      • Began 2004 to increase taxpayer access
    • NIH Public Access Policy
      • Began 2004 to increase taxpayer access
      • http://www.pubmedcentral.nih.gov
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    •  
    • PL 110 -161
    • PL 110 -161
      • Revised Public Access Policy
    • PL 110 -161
      • Revised Public Access Policy
      • Deposit becomes mandatory
    • PL 110 -161
      • Revised Public Access Policy
      • Deposit becomes mandatory
      • Now in Terms & Conditions of Award
    • If you have...
      • FY 2008 NIH funding
    • If you have...
      • FY 2008 NIH funding
      • Article accepted for publication on or after April 7, 2008
    • Then you must...
      • Deposit final peer-reviewed manuscript in
    • Then you must...
      • Deposit final peer-reviewed manuscript in
      • Cite that paper using PMCID in NIH reports
    • The Pinch
      • NIH
      • Publisher
    • The Pinch
      • NIH
      • Terms & Conditions of Funding
      • Publisher
      • Copyright Transfer or Publication Agreement
    • The Pinch
      • NIH
      • Terms & Conditions of Funding
      • Publisher
      • Copyright Transfer or Publication Agreement
      Rock Hard Place
    • What to do?
      • Start here:
      • http://www.library.uthscsa.edu/scholar/nih_policy.cfm
    • Before you publish
      • See if journal deposits automatically
    • Before you publish
      • See if journal deposits automatically
      • Read journal's “Instructions to Authors”
    • Before you publish
      • See if journal deposits automatically
      • Read journal's “Instructions to Authors”
      • Inform journal of NIH funding when submitting
    • Before you publish
      • See if journal deposits automatically
      • Read journal's “Instructions to Authors”
      • Inform journal of NIH funding when submitting
      • Carefully review Copyright Transfer or Publication Agreements – amend if necessary
    • Author Addendum
      • Below your signature, write: "Subject to attached addendum", then staple addendum to agreement
      • One simple addendum example (direct from NIH):
      • "Journal acknowledges that Author retains the right to provide a copy of the final manuscript to the NIH upon acceptance for Journal publication, for public archiving in PubMed Central as soon as possible but no later than 12 months after publication by Journal."
    • When your article is accepted
      • Find out if publisher requires you to add a statement to your manuscript before depositing in PMC – add statement if necessary.
    • When your article is accepted
      • Find out if publisher requires you to add a statement to your manuscript before depositing in PMC – add statement if necessary.
      • Submit to PubMed Central using the submission system at http://www.nihms.nih.gov
    • NIH reporting
      • When you cite articles in NIH applications, proposals and progress reports, include the PubMed Central ID (PMCID) at end of citation, e.g.:
      • Embry A, Hinojosa E, Orihuela CJ. 2007. Regions of Diversity 8, 9 and 13 contribute to Streptococcus pneumoniae virulence. BMC Microbiology 7(80). PMCID: 2045101.
      • How to find PMCID? Use PubMed Central search at http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/sites/entrez?db=pmc or ask a librarian for help.
    • The bigger picture
      • More funders with similar policies
        • Wellcome Trust (UK), European Research Council
        • HHMI, Canadian Institutes for Health Research
        • Cornyn-Lieberman FRPAA
      • Benefits?
        • Taxpayer access - eliminating "double-payment"
        • Impact - http://opcit.eprints.org/oacitation-biblio.html
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    • Questions?
      • http://www.library.uthscsa.edu/scholar/nih_policy.cfm
      • Compliance or University policy questions : Office of Sponsored Programs 210-567-2340 grants@uthscsa.edu
      • Publisher negotiations or contractual issues : Office of Legal Affairs 210-567-2020
      • Policy resources & materials : Library InfoDesk 210-567-2450 askalibrarian@uthscsa.edu Luke Rosenberger 210-567-2486 rosenberger@uthscsa.edu
    • Credits
      • Photo credits
      • “ FINAL PROJECT” by Conductive http://flickr.com/photos/41992302@N00/136743968/ CC-BY-NC-2.0
      • “ snarl” by matt knoth http://flickr.com/photos/mattknoth/2051750404/ CC-BY-NC-ND-2.0
      • “ &” by nicenecktie http://flickr.com/photos/nicenecktie/563921481/ CC-BY-NC-2.0
      • “ Danmark O, Fohn Fjord, Renodde.70°N/26°W” by Rita Willaert http://flickr.com/photos/rietje/76566707/ CC-BY-NC-2.0
      • Presentation
      • © The University of Texas Health Science Center. For permission to use or adapt, contact Luke Rosenberger 210-567-2486 or rosenberger@uthscsa.edu