SUNScholar/How do I submit items
- Submission Procedure
- Prepare files for submission
- Register to become a submitter
- Apply for permission to submit to a particular collection
- Submit the item to the approved collection
- Wait for the review of the submission to be completed
- What is a pre-print/post-print?
The concepts of ‘pre-print’, ‘post-print’ and ‘final published version’ are clearly defined in the Sherpa-Romeo database. A ‘pre-print’ article is that version of the article prior to review – even before submission to the editor. The ‘post-print’ is that version that has been through the review process with the revision incorporated in the article. However, it excludes any value that is added by the publisher, e.g. layout editing. The ‘final published version’ is that article which appears in the published format (hardcopy or digital) and is inclusive of the value added by the publisher, e.g. type-setting and formatting.
- How do I cite or reference items on SUNScholar?
- Who owns the copyright on my work ?
- How do I clear copyright?
- What is the correct date format?
- How can I be assured that the items I submit will be safely stored for the very long term?
- Does the library provide digitisation services for SUNScholar?