Day 5 #OAAdventcalendar. Wondering how you can get hold of your author accepted manuscript? Take a look at this useful guide by on finding your AAM in different publisher's online submission systems: Happy Friday! #OA #openaccess
Top tip to end the week! Struggling to hunt down a copy of your author accepted manuscript to deposit into ORA? Take a look at this simple guide for authors, by , on how to get hold of an AAM from different journal online submission systems:
To all repository managers, who are dealing with #GreenOA: PASS () & Direct2AAM () could be game changers in this regard! So, get involved! #OpenAccess #repositories #preprints #postprints
Wondering which version of your paper is the author accepted manuscript? Wondering how you can get hold of this from your publisher's submission tool? Here's a bright idea! Take a look at these fantastic guides by : , #OA
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 : &
Having trouble locating your author accepted manuscript for #actonacceptance? Take a look at this fantastic Direct2AAM guide, by , which gives some easy to follow instructions on how to locate these in different journals submission systems:
Useful guide for extracting Author Accepted Manuscripts - AAM (or at least trying to) from the major journal submission systems.