It's Open Access Week (21-27 October 2019)
Open Access Week provides an opportunity to highlight and promote broader access to academic research outputs for scholars, students, professionals and the general public. Open Access is immediate, free of charge, and provides online access to research articles.
4 ways for you to get involved!
- Self-Archive your publications during Open Access Week and have a coffee on us!
Submit a full-text copy of your peer-reviewed manuscript (Final Accepted Version) to the NOVA Open Access repository before midnight on 27th October 2019 and we’ll send you a coffee voucher. Email firstname.lastname@example.org
- Deposit for the ARC and NHMRC Open Access Policy requirements. The Library can assist authors to meet the requirements of the ARC and the NHMRC Open Access Policies.
- Register for an ORCID. An ORCID provides researchers with a unique identifier and enables you to distinguish yourself and your research activity. Register for an ORCID via the NURO publications system to connect your ORCID to UON.
- Share your Data. The Library can help you with sharing and publishing your research data. Contact your Senior Research Librarian to find out how we can assist.
Need more information?
- visit the Open Access LibGuide
- email email@example.com
- telephone 49216688 (or ext. 16688) to talk to the NOVA team
- contact your Senior Research Librarian
About Open Access
Open Access is the immediate, free of charge, online access to research articles. Users are able to read, download, copy, distribute, print, search for and link to the full text of open access articles. Open access research articles can be made available via archives, repositories and open access journals. Visit the Library’s Open Access guide to find out more.
Services and Support for Open Access
The Library provides a range of services and support for Open Access. These are:
- Information and Advice
We provide advice on Open Access publishing, open access journals (including author processing charges) and open access resources.
- Open Access Self-Archiving into the NOVA Open Access Repository
Assistance to make your publications Open Access. The Library provides a service for UON authors to self-archive a copy of any peer-reviewed manuscripts (Final Accepted Version) into the University’s institutional open access repository, NOVA. Publisher versions can sometimes also be archived in the repository dependent on the relevant copyright ownership and permissions. Library staff also provide assistance with checking copyright permissions, on behalf of the author. Contact us for more information.
- ARC and NHMRC Open Access Policies
Support to meet the requirements of the ARC and NHMRC Open Access Policies. The ARC and NHMRC require that any publication arising from their supported research projects must be deposited into an open access institutional repository and/or made available in another open access format within twelve months from the date of publication. Read the ARC Open Access Policy and the NHMRC Open Access Policy. Contact us for assistance.
- Hosting online Open Access journals
The Library hosts the Open Journal System (OJS) which provides online automated workflows for author submission, publishing and peer reviews, and journal publishing. The Library provides services and support for journal editors to host and manage their open access journal at UON. Find out more or contact us.
Assistance with registering for an ORCID (Open Researcher and Contributor ID) and linking an ORCID to UON affiliation. Find out more.
- Open Data
Publishing datasets that underpin your publication. The Library provides services to enable you to publish datasets, including supplementary data to support your publication. The Library also provides a permanent URL link for any dataset published. In addition to publishing datasets the Library can also assist with data management plans and planning. Read more on managing and publishing data, or contact us for assistance.
- F.A.I.R Access Policy Statement
The F.A.I.R Access Policy Statement ensures all Australian publicly funded research outputs will be Findable, Accessible, Interoperable and Reusable. Find out more.