DMU helps you to meet Open Access requirements in a number of ways: subscribing to Publisher "Transitional" agreements that include free Open Access; providing funding for Open Access charges; managing an institutional outputs repository (DORA) for Open Access through Self-Archiving (Green Open Access); providing Open Access information, advice and guidance; and training sessions. We also provide a Data Repository (DMU Figshare) to help you meet your research data management requirements.
Also known as "Read and Publish" or "Transformative", these are deals negotiated at a national level, which include access to subscription journals for students and researchers AND Open Access publishing in those journals.
DMU, through Library & Learning Services, has signed up to several of these deals:
DMU has a small fund to cover Open Access charges for articles in fully open access journals/conference proceedings/platforms. This fund is available for DMU researchers publishing from UKRI-funded research or from research without external funding (or with funding that doesn't cover Open Access charges). Before applying, please read the eligibility criteria.
Use the online application form to apply for this fund (N.B. You will need to sign in using your DMU Single Sign On).
Download the Guide on How to Record Outputs on DORA
Alternatively, the video below takes you through the process step by step.
Many funders and publishers require you to publish the underlying data for your research, and to include a Data Access Statement in your article/paper. DMU's data repository, DMU Figshare enables you to publish your data with a DOI to include in your Data Access Statement.
Mandy Thomas, Research Governance Officer - Open Research, Research Services Directorate
Alan Cope, Repository Officer, Library & Learning Services
Please contact us for Open Access advice and guidance: email@example.com