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After the paper is accepted

  1. 1. After the Paper is Accepted
  2. 2. Accepted for Gold Open Access?
  3. 3. Accepted for Gold Open Access?• Researchers need to inform their Faculty – Department/School/ Institution/The Joint Research Management Office, whichever is applicable – immediately upon the acceptance of their paper so that funds can be released for publication charges• The Library needs to be informed immediately for the administration of the Article Processing Charge• The Library contacts the publisher and, once the publisher raises an invoice and sends it to the Library, the Library pays the Article Processing Charge• The paper gets published online in a fully open access or hybrid (only articles that are paid for would be open access) journal with free immediate access to it by everyone
  4. 4. Accepted for Gold Open Access?• Researchers need to inform their Faculty – Department/School/ Institution/The Joint Research Management Office, whichever is applicable – immediately upon the acceptance of their paper so that funds can be released for publication charges• The Library needs to be informed immediately for the administration of the Article Processing Charge• The Library contacts the publisher and, once the publisher raises an invoice and sends it to the Library, the Library pays the Article Processing Charge• The paper gets published online in a fully open access or hybrid (only articles that are paid for would be open access) journal with free immediate access to it by everyone
  5. 5. Accepted for Gold Open Access?• Researchers need to inform their Faculty – Department/School/ Institution/The Joint Research Management Office, whichever is applicable – immediately upon the acceptance of their paper so that funds can be released for publication charges• The Library needs to be informed immediately for the administration of the Article Processing Charge• The Library contacts the publisher and, once the publisher raises an invoice and sends it to the Library, the Library pays the Article Processing Charge• The paper gets published online in a fully open access or hybrid (only articles that are paid for would be open access) journal with free immediate access to it by everyone
  6. 6. Accepted for Gold Open Access?• Researchers need to inform their Faculty – Department/School/ Institution/The Joint Research Management Office, whichever is applicable – immediately upon the acceptance of their paper so that funds can be released for publication charges• The Library needs to be informed immediately for the administration of the Article Processing Charge• The Library contacts the publisher and, once the publisher raises an invoice and sends it to the Library, the Library pays the Article Processing Charge• The paper gets published online in a fully open access or hybrid (only articles that are paid for would be open access) journal with free immediate access to it by everyone
  7. 7. Accepted for Green Open Access?
  8. 8. Accepted for Green Open Access?• Researchers need to check if their funder has an agreement with the publisher for the publisher to deposit the paper in a subject repository; if this is the case, no further action needs to be taken by the researcher upon the publication of paper• Researchers need to upload their paper into via if they are self- archiving in the institutional repository; correct permissions and embargo periods need to be selected in accordance with funder mandates• Researchers need to contact the Library if asking the Repository Manager for support in depositing their paper• The paper becomes Open Access to everyone following the embargo period, if any
  9. 9. Accepted for Green Open Access?• Researchers need to check if their funder has an agreement with the publisher for the publisher to deposit the paper in a subject repository; if this is the case, no further action needs to be taken by the researcher upon the publication of paper• Researchers need to upload their paper into QMRO via PubLists if they are self-archiving in the institutional repository; correct permissions and embargo periods need to be selected in accordance with funder mandates• Researchers need to contact the Library if asking the Repository Manager for support in depositing their paper• The paper becomes Open Access to everyone following the embargo period, if any
  10. 10. Accepted for Green Open Access?• Researchers need to check if their funder has an agreement with the publisher for the publisher to deposit the paper in a subject repository; if this is the case, no further action needs to be taken by the researcher upon the publication of paper• Researchers need to upload their paper into QMRO via PubLists if they are self-archiving in the institutional repository; correct permissions and embargo periods need to be selected in accordance with funder mandates• Researchers need to contact the Library if asking the Repository Manager for support in depositing their paper• The paper becomes Open Access to everyone following the embargo period, if any
  11. 11. Accepted for Green Open Access?• Researchers need to check if their funder has an agreement with the publisher for the publisher to deposit the paper in a subject repository; if this is the case, no further action needs to be taken by the researcher upon the publication of paper• Researchers need to upload their paper into QMRO via PubLists if they are self-archiving in the institutional repository; correct permissions and embargo periods need to be selected in accordance with funder mandates• Researchers need to contact the Library if asking the Repository Manager for support in depositing their paper• The paper becomes Open Access to everyone following the embargo period, if any
  12. 12. From closed…
  13. 13. …to Open Access
  14. 14. Unlock the potential of your research!

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