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The Australian Research Council (ARC) and National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) policies require funded research be made publicly available. Publications arising from this funded research must be deposited in an open access institutional repository or public archive such as PubMed Central and/or made available in another open access format within twelve months of publication. This requirement can be met by adding the publication to CSU's institutional repository (CRO).
Applies to articles accepted for publication from 1st July 2012
The Chief Investigator identified in the grant is responsible for compliance. When an article is accepted for publication, they will need to ensure that Charles Sturt University's institutional repository CRO, includes:
The publication's metadata i.e. journal name, title, author(s), volume, issue, pagination and Grant Number
An Open Access version of the publication, if the publisher's policy allows. Otherwise the Published Version-of-Record which would be locked, depending on publisher policies.
There may be legal or contractual reasons that limit ability to comply with the mandate. Contact email@example.com if you would like to discuss whether the publication can be made open access.