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UNE considerations

You are required to submit your research output to e-publications@UNE, the University's insitutional repository under the terms of the University's e-publications@UNE Deposit Collection & Acess Rule. More information about submitting a research output is available here.

The University also has an Open Access to UNE Research Publications and Data Policy, supported by Procedures.  Under the terms of this Policy:

  • UNE authors must submit their research outputs to e-publications@UNE;
  • submitted research outputs will be made openly accessible where possible.

The regular submission of your new research outputs ensures you meet the University's reporting requirements and the e-publications@UNE Team will work with you to make your research output openly available.There are many benefits, including:

  • Your research is more visible: each of your publications is indexed in e-publication@UNE and where possible, the closest to publisher version will be accessible.
  • Saves time: all your publications are accessible from one place, including forthcoming articles and those from before your employment at UNE.
  • Increases your research impact: each of your publications has a full citation, a free full-text version where permitted and a link to the published version where available, making it easy for people to discover and cite your work.
  • Your research output will be archived in a stable, enduring location.
  • You can meet funding body requirements for Open Access.

Find out more about the advantages of using e-publications@UNE.

For more information about Excellence in Research Australia (ERA), see Research Services' Research Excellence page.

 

UNE Authors publishing Open Access: some examples

e-publications@UNE supports open access to UNE authored research outputs where copyright permits.

Here are some examples:

PLoS ONE  A peer reviewed open access journal

Storey AA, Athens JS, Bryant D, Carson M, Emery K, et al. (2012) Investigating the Global Dispersal of Chickens in Prehistory Using Ancient Mitochondrial DNA Signatures. PLoS ONE 7(7): e39171. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0039171

 e-publications@UNE retains the record for this article with a link to PLoS ONE.

Social Science Research Network  An open access subject repository

Perry, Mark and Margoni, Thomas, From Music Tracks to Google Maps: Who Owns Computer Generated Works?  Computer Law and Security Review, Vol. 26, pp. 621-629, 2010. Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=1647584

e-publications@UNE retains the record for this article with a link to SSRN.

e-publications@UNE  UNE's open access institutional respository

Whelan MB (2013) Defining Sheep Grazing Environments Using Remotely Sensed Data at a Range of Scales  Doctoral thesis, University of New England, Environmental and Rural Science. Available at: https://e-publications.une.edu.au/vital/access/manager/Repository/une:13740

e-publications@UNE retains the record and provides open access to the full text thesis.

Anton-Mendez I,  Gollan TH. (2010)  Not just semantics: Strong frequency and weak cognate effects on semantic association in bilinguals. Memory and Cognition, v. 38 (6), p. 723-739 

e-publications@UNE retains the record and provides open access to the post peer review version.

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