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How shall I make my work Open Access?
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Pay a fee to enable immediate access online for all via the publisher website because:
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Publishers publish your research. Other researchers then access your work via a library or personal subscription. Add the accepted manuscript to the UWE Research Repository because:
• Open Access research is cited more frequently • Content is preserved, accurately described
• Your staff profile drives traffic to your research • It achieves high visibility on Google, search engines and UWE website • Full text is easily accessible from UWE staff profile • You will have an accurate and complete record of your research with persistent, reliable links to publishers • It complies with the HEFCE policy for open access in the post-2014 Research Excellence Framework (REF) • No copyright worries for you • No additional charges
• You can also add your work to the UWE Research Repository • It complies with the RCUK policy on open access
HOW WE CAN HELP YOU WITH GOLD OPEN ACCESS PUBLISHING
• Until Mar 2018, the library is in receipt of a limited amount of RCUK funding, so may be able to pay your article processing charge (APC) for you • Until Dec 2018, Springer allow UWE to make articles open access for free, as long as they are published in a Springer Open Choice journal • Taylor and Francis provide us with a 75% discount reducing the typical APC cost to around £500 • For RCUK- funded research only: We have a number of pre-paid vouchers for IEEE journal articles • For FET researchers, a pilot scheme with limited funding is available to provide selective support for journal articles being published in gold open access form. More details on the FET Research SharePoint site
Next Steps E-mail lib.rke@uwe.ac.uk for more information or help Library Research Support Team: http://www1.uwe.ac.uk/library/usingthelibrary/researchers/openaccessandapcs.aspx   Research Repository: http://eprints.uwe.ac.uk (eprints@uwe.ac.uk)