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Open Access: Green OA

Green @ Hull

To make your research available via the Green OA route at the University of Hull you can add it to Worktribe through the Outputs module; Supplementary data/information can also be added (and may be required by your funder).  
 

What is Green OA?

The basics:
 
Depositing an article/book in a digital repository as a platform for open access publication
– Directly (self-archiving) or via a local intermediary
 
The article/book may have been published via a traditional route
– Hence, there may be an embargo on open access through the repository
– Version made open may be final accepted manuscript, not published version
 
The repository may be:
– Institutional, subject, national, international
– Deposit can be in one or more, as required or found to be useful
 
Repositories can also hold associated supplementary content
– E.g., Data, working papers, media files, etc.

Green OA Services

Local research repository, Repository@Hull
Local institutional repository, Hydra
Hydra can also manage any other digital content that needs curation. For example, theses, exam papers, images and audio recordings
Subject repositories, e.g.,
Biomedicine – Europe PubMedCentral
Physics and related disciplines – arXiv
Economics – RePeC
Etc.
All are crawled by Google
 
International directory of open access repositories
– OpenDOAR, http://opendoar.org

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