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Welcome

 Thinking of publishing? Need some information? 

See this guide for some answers! 

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On campus workshops

As part of the Research Education Support Activities: Library program, the Library runs Publishing with impact workshops.

See the On Campus workshop calendar for details and registration links.

 

 

Interested in metrics?

Look at the Citation and Journal Metrics Research Guide.

Also, available from your Staff portal>Library>Research>Citation and Journal Metrics. 

 

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The UniSA Open Access Policy applies to all research outputs from 1 January 2014. See the Submitting your publication for Open Access Research Quick Guide for information.

Be sure to keep all versions of your publications so that the postprint (ie final refereed version) can be added to the UniSA Research Archive, subject to publisher conditions.

 

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ORCiD is the Open Researcher and Contributor ID. Using ORCiD, you can register online for a unique author identifier, show all your publications, and link your profile through to your profiles on ResearcherID, and Scopus Author ID.

Some journals now require your ORCiD as part of the process when submitting articles for publication. Registering for an ORCiD takes less than a minute, and you can edit your profile at any time to add your keywords, employment history, and links to other websites.

 

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For further information please contact the Academic Library Services team responsible for your Division.

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