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Manuscript submissions in support of the NIH Public Access Policy: MLA 2008

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Manuscript submissions in support of the NIH Public Access Policy

Manuscript submissions in support of the NIH Public Access Policy

Bart Trawick, Ph.D.
National Center for Biotechnology Information,
National Library of Medicine
MLA 2008

http://nihms.nih.gov

 

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What is the NIH Public Access Policy?

What is the NIH Public Access Policy?

  • Mandatory as of April 7, 2008
  • Submit final, peer-reviewed manuscripts accepted for publication
  • Supported, in whole or in part, with direct costs from NIH
  • Not covered: book chapters, editorials, or conference proceedings

 

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Access: Open* vs Public

Access: Open* vs Public

Open

  • Free to use & distribute
  • Derivative works with attribution
  • Available immediately upon publication

Public

  • Copyright enforced
  • Accessed under fair use principles
  • Ebargoed for up to 1 year

 

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PubMed vs. PubMed Central

PubMed

  • Indexed citations and abstracts

PubMed Central

  • Full-text journal articles with figures, PDFs and supplemental files

 

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Research/publishing cycle

Research/publishing cycle

 

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Four ways to comply

Four ways to comply

 

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Submissions: PMC vs NIHMS

Submissions: PMC vs NIHMS

 

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Entry to the system

Entry to the system

  • NIH Login
  • eRA Login
  • My NCBI Login (not authenticated)
  • HHMI Login
  • Publisher Login

 

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PubMed Central Process (1)

PubMed Central Process (1)

 

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PubMed Central Process (2)

PubMed Central Process (2)

 

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What to submit

What to submit

  • Journal name
  • Manuscript title
  • NIH funding source(s)
  • Manuscript files (including supplemental materials)

 

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First approval: the submitted materials

First approval: the submitted materials

  • Log in via authenticated route
  • Review PDF Receipt
  • Choose embargo
  • Submission statement

 

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What happens next?

What happens next?

  • Files are converted to XML by external contractors
  • NIHMS staff carefully reviews converted materials
  • Submission is associated with a PubMed citation

 

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Step 2: approve the PMC version

Step 2: approve the PMC version

  • Corresponding PI is notified via email
  • Corrections may be requested
  • Necessary for inclusion to PMC
  • Embargo period begins at the date of final print publication

 

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Author Manuscripts in PubMed Central

Author Manuscripts in PubMed Central

author manuscript [filter]

 

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Manuscripts ready for, or loaded into PubMed Central

Manuscripts ready for, or loaded into PubMed Central

 

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Help resources

Help resources

 

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Questions?

Questions?