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NIH Public Access Policy
NIH Public Access Policy
NIH Public Access Policy
NIH Public Access Policy
NIH Public Access Policy
NIH Public Access Policy
NIH Public Access Policy
NIH Public Access Policy
NIH Public Access Policy
NIH Public Access Policy
NIH Public Access Policy
NIH Public Access Policy
NIH Public Access Policy
NIH Public Access Policy
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NIH Public Access Policy

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An introductory tutorial on the Policy and the steps researchers need to take in order to comply with it.

An introductory tutorial on the Policy and the steps researchers need to take in order to comply with it.

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  • 1. you’ve received a grant from NIH
    Congratulations!
  • 2. Sally Gore, MS, MS LIS
    Head, Research & Scholarly Communication Services
    Lamar Soutter Library
    UMass Medical School
    X6-1966
    sally.gore@umassmed.edu
    Understanding and Complying
    The Nih public access policy
    June 2011
  • 3. The Law: Division G, Title II, Section 218, PL 110-161 (Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2008)
    The NIH Public Access Policy requires that all investigators funded by the NIH, submit or have submitted for them to the National Library of Medicine’s PubMed Central (PMC), an electronic version of their final, peer-reviewed manuscripts upon acceptance for publication, to be made publicly available no later than 12 months after the official date of publication.
  • 4. The Translation:
    If your work results in an article that appears here
    The Journal
    of
    Very Important Science
    Slide 1:
    Slide 2:
    X > 34/152.12
    469 ∆ = 3.587
    EUREKA!!!
    Hmmm…
    That same article must also somehow get here
    PubMed Central
  • 5. The Responsible Parties:
    &
    The University
    The Principal Investigator
  • 6. The Process:
    Researcher(s) receives a grant from NIH.
    The researcher(s) does research and writes an article about it.
    The article is accepted by a journal for publication.
    The researcher(s) works with the publisher to determine how and what form of the article will be submitted to PubMedCentral.
    The article is submitted.
    Easy as 1 – 2 – 3…
    4 – 5
  • 7. The Details:
    Steps 1-3 are “easy”. You’ve been doing these all along.
    Researcher(s) receives a grant from NIH.
    The researcher(s) does research and writes an article about it.
    The article is accepted by a journal for publication.
    The researcher(s) works with the publisher to determine how and what form of the article will be submitted to PubMedCentral.
    The article is submitted.
    Steps 4 and 5 need some explanation.
  • 8. The Details:
    The researcher(s) works with the publisher to determine how and what form of the article will be submitted to PubMed Central.
    Most major publishers of biomedical journals make it very easy to comply with the NIH Public Access Policy. Often it is as simple as marking a checkbox on the Copyright Transfer Agreement.
  • 9. The Details:
    Information can also be found on the Authors’ Rights and/or Author Instructions pages on publisher’s websites.
  • 10. The Submission:
    If the journal publisher does not deposit the manuscript on behalf of an author, s/he must do so using the
    NIH Manuscript Submission System.
    http://www.nihms.nih.gov/
  • 11. The Submission:
    The submission process is straightforward, but taking a few minutes to review the online tutorial is very helpful.
    http://www.nihms.nih.gov/web-help/index.html
  • 12. Fairly Simple, but…A Few Things to Remember:
    MEMO TO MYSELF:
    • Deal w/copyright issues
    • 13. Determine who will
    deposit manuscript
    • Collect files if necessary
    • 14. Deposit files if necessary
  • REMEMBER!
    The Policy ONLY applies to
    PEER REVIEWED JOURNAL ARTICLES
    Editorials
    Letters to the Editor
    Book chapters
    Conference reports and/or presentations
    Magazine or popular press articles
    Exempt
  • 15. REMEMBER!
    You can ONLY deposit the form of the article stipulated in the
    COPYRIGHT TRANSFER AGREEMENT
    Options include:
    Final peer-reviewed manuscript
    Final published version
    Note: It is most often the final peer-reviewed manuscript.
  • 16. REMEMBER!
    DO NOT IGNORE EMAIL FROM NIHMS
    Your manuscript will not appear in PMC unless you approve it via the instructions and the link contained in this email!
    You are not in compliance w/out completing this step.
  • 17. Remember!The Library offers help at every step of this process.Be in touch anytime.
    Sally Gore, MS, MS LIS
    Head, Research & Scholarly Communication Services
    X6-1966
    sally.gore@umassmed.edu
  • 18. More Online Help:
    For help building your bibliography in My NCBI,
    see the tutorial on the Library’s Research Guide
    or contact Sally Gore, x6-1966.
    http://libraryguides.umassmed.edu/research

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