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OA: How do I find out which version of my paper can be used?

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OA: How do I find out which version of my paper can be used?
Answer:

There is usually a clause in the publication agreement with your publisher. Alternatively, you can use the SHERPA/RoMEO tool, where you can quickly check the open access policies of specific journals or publishers.

Alternatively, you can contact the Open Access Team at openaccessroyalholloway.ac.uk and get advice on the appropriate version of your work to appear in the repository.


 
 
 

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