What we post to Digital Commons is determined by the journal polices. We will search the journal's rights statements in SHERPA/RoMEO and note In the record of any work published in a journal which version of the article we can post. They typically fall into these categories:
||By policy, the journal makes it work openly available on its site.
|| Link to openly available full-text article.
||This is the final, formatted version of an article as it appears in the journal when published.
||Final published version of article.
||The final draft of the article submitted after it has gone through the peer-review process; usually this is a manuscript-formatted Word document.
||If sent by author: Final draft of reviewed article, with out journal formatting.*
If not sent: Link to catalog record in the UW Libraries.
||The draft of the article submitted before the peer review process. Usually a manuscript-formatted Word document
If sent by author: Draft of article before review, without journal formatting.*
If note sent: Link to catalog record in the UW Libraries.
|No SHERPA/ROMEO policy available
||We were unable to find a policy for the journal where this article was posted.
||To determine which version can be posted, review the author's agreement you signed with the journal.
Since entire books are rarely made available in an open access environment, we create a record which includes:
- A cover image and bibliographic data about the book.
- Links to purchase the book and the catalog record in UW Libraries.
- A link to the electronic version, if available.
Other Materials & Questions
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have other types of materials you'd like posted to Digital Commons and/or if you have any questions.