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Self-Archive in 5 Easy Steps

Self-archiving, also known as green open access, can help increase the visibility and impact of research. Researchers can self-archive pre-print or accepted versions of the manuscript in different types of repositories. However, the author’s rights on self-archiving are governed by the copyright policies of the journal.

To learn more about self-archiving, click here.

Self-Archive


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