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Open access publishing

Open access (OA) publishing is about making your research freely available to read and re-use on the internet.

Libraries Research Support team offer practical, straightforward advice and training so you can plan, publish, share and preserve your research. 

Open Access is an important strand in the University's Open Research agenda, and plays an important role in meeting REF and funder requirements.

 
 

Update (11 May 2022): The connectivity issue with our email address (openaccess@nottingham.ac.uk) has now been resolved.

If you emailed us between Saturday 7 May and Tuesday 10 May and received an 'undeliverable' message, kindly re-send the email. 

We apologise for the interruption to our service and will endeavour to respond to your enquiry as soon as possible. 

 

The new UKRI open access policy came into force on 1 April 2022 and applies to peer-reviewed research articles submitted on or after this date. 

See our 'New UKRI open access policy' page for details

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Depositing your research output

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Meeting REF requirements

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Requesting open access funding

 
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Open access deals for authors

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Open access basics

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Open access policies

 

 

 

 

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Nottingham, NG7 2NR

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