There are four different ways to get involved:
1. Self-Archive your publications during Open Access Week for your free coffee!
To promote Open Access week the Library is offering UON staff and HDR students a free coffee. Submit a full text copy of your peer-reviewed manuscript (Final Accepted Version) to NOVA Open Access repository before midnight on 29th October 2017 and we will send you a coffee voucher.
2. Deposit for the ARC and NHMRC Open Access Policy requirements
Open Access Week also provides the opportunity to highlight how the Library can assist authors to meet the requirements of the ARC and the NHMRC Open Access Policies. The ARC and NHMRC require that metadata about your publication must be deposited into an institutional open access repository within three months of publication and the publication made available via open access within twelve months from the date of publication, wherever possible. The Library can help.
3. Register for an ORCID
ORCID is an Open Researcher and Contributor ID providing researchers with a unique identifier and enabling you to distinguish yourself and your research activity. Use of ORCID by researchers has increased significantly around the world and particularly within publication and publisher workflows. Register for an ORCID via the NURO publications system.
4. Share your Data
Talk to your Senior Research Librarian about how we can help you to share and publish your datasets.
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