Thinking about publishing? Attend Publishing your research and what editors look for
This presentation is especially useful for Higher Degree by Research students and Early Career Researchers/Academics in their first forays into academic writing.
When: 9:30am-3pm Tuesday 14 November
Where: City West, H5-02
For more information contact Cathy Mahar x26361
Are you maximizing the visibility and accessibility of your research outputs?
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Refer to the Accepted manuscripts, Open Access and the Research Outputs Repository Research Quick Guide for more information about the version that the Library requires so it can be made open access. The Library checks copyright for every submitted research output, and applies publisher embargoes as required.
Open in order to is an invitation to answer the question of what concrete benefits can be realized by making scholarly outputs openly available. “Open in order to…” serves as a prompt to move beyond talking about openness in itself and focus on what openness enables—in an individual discipline, at a particular institution, or in a specific context; then to take action to realize these benefits.
What is open access?
Nationally and internationally, there has been a shift towards making research output available online via open access, with the aim of enabling the free flow of information to benefit researchers, institutions, and society as a whole. This guide provides an overview of a range of issues relevant to open access publishing including what open access is, different publishing models, publisher and funding requirements, and copyright.
Open access (OA) is where published scholarly output is made accessible online without charge. Access includes the right to download, read, copy, re-use, distribute and display material subject to the proper citation and acknowledgement of authorship.
OA materials are most commonly peer-reviewed journal articles, but there is a movement towards providing OA to scholarly monographs as well.
UniSA researchers can take advantage of a 15% discount on article processing charges when publishing with BioMed Central and Springer Open. Be sure to submit your article from within the uni network, and also use your UniSA email address.
“One of my papers published in PLOS One was written with collaborators from different universities in Adelaide and in the US. It has been viewed more than 7900 times and has strengthened my collaborations particularly with the researchers in the US.”
-- Dr Siobhan Banks, Senior Research Fellow, Centre for Sleep Research, University of South Australia
The UniSA Open Access Policy in a nutshell: