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Best practice for getting researchers to self-archive AAM (author accepted manuscripts). ask them to do so on acceptance or as early as possible, and use guide by on steps to getting AAM from manuscript submission sys? Any others?
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Unsure of which version of your article to deposit in ORA? Please deposit the Author Accepted Manuscript. To help you identify your AAM & how to get hold of this, take a look at these useful guides from : &
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Useful guide for extracting Author Accepted Manuscripts - AAM (or at least trying to) from the major journal submission systems.