- The type of my research publication is not under your list, can I still submit?
Contact your librarians via below email address. They will work with you to figure out a solution.
At the article level, you can view how many people view or download your paper and which country or city they are from by clicking on ‘Show Statistical Information’ link.
Some publishers encourage sharing in institutional repositories, non-commercial subject repositories or personal websites, but specifically forbid sharing in for-profit commercial repositories and social networking sites such as ResearchGate and Academia.edu. So where such policies are in place, you may be in danger of violating these terms of service if you post an article on a social networking site.
On average, once the full text has been submitted, the processing by the librarian takes1-2 weeks. The metadata (i.e. citation details) will be publicly available and indexed in Google (and sometimes Google Scholar) soon after. However, for papers that are under embargo, the link to the full-text will only be accessible after the appropriate embargo period has been observed.
Yes, you can still submit your accepted manuscript as soon as it is ready. The system allows us to lock the full-text access of a submission by setting an embargo period. Your librarian will also check and ensure that the full text of the manuscript will only be made openly available after the publishers’ embargo period.
No, unlike post-prints which are produced by the author, proofs / offprints are delivered to the author from the publisher.
Proofs / offprints have been formatted and reflect any layout or copyediting done by the publisher in preparation for publication.
Proofs / off-prints should not be deposited in your institutional repositories.
Pls refer to the SHERPA/ROMEO for a journal / publisher policies. Some policies are not available in the SHERPA/ROMEO, but are located in the publisher’s official website. When in doubt or when information is not available, always submit the Author’s post-print (or accepted manuscript) to the library instead of the published PDF.
Yes, simply follow one of the methods (in NTU or NIE) to deposit your peer-reviewed manuscript (which incorporates referees’ comments) into your institutional repository . Your librarian will check the publisher’s policy and ensure that the publisher permits the full text archival.
Yes, most publishers allow your peer-reviewed final manuscript to be made openly available via your institutional repository. Your librarian will check publishers’ policy and ensure that your submission is copyright compliant. Submission Procedures: NTU & NIE