PDRAs should upload their documents, yes. This can make certain that these outputs meet the criteria for REF submission, wherever the author is dependent at the full time associated with REF that is next.

PDRAs should upload their documents, yes. This can make certain that these outputs meet the criteria for REF submission, wherever the author is dependent at the full time associated with REF that is next.

Apart from this, the REF policy encourages available access for all outputs, and uploading papers enables authors to make use of the advantages of making their research easily available, including increased citations and downloads. Devices of Assessment can show their wider dedication to access that is open their REF Environment statements.

When it comes to same reasons, we suggest that honorary people in staff upload their magazines.

No. Uploading your accepted manuscript to RPS will not allow it to be freely available immediately. When you upload, the Open Access Team will check out the file and use the appropriate available access embargo duration.

Writers ordinarily impose an embargo (wait) on making documents available access (this really is put down within the terms and conditions/copyright transfer contract you accept when you publish), except the place where a cost is compensated for Gold available access. […]