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TeesRep

What is TeesRep?

TeesRep is the institutional repository of Teesside University and contains research output from University authors.

TeesRep:

  • Supports the University's commitment to open access by helping others to discover and access your work.
  • Facilitates compliance with University and funder policies on open access including for the post-2014 REF.

 

Submitting to TeesRep - Teesside University Staff

Contact TeesRep.team@tees.ac.uk to archive your research.

 

What can be submitted?

Since 2010 Teesside University authors have been mandated to deposit their peer reviewed outputs however any research output can be recorded in TeesRep including:

Journal articles, book chapters, conference proceedings, editorials and letters, presentations, conference slides and abstracts, exhibitions, interviews, art and design work, patents, poems and prose fiction, audiovisual works and research reports.

 

When should I submit my work?

For peer reviewed outputs please let us know as soon as your work is accepted for publication.

Open Access and the REF

 

What information do I need to submit?

For new research accepted since the end of the last REF assessment period (01 Jan 2014) staff should forward acceptance correspondence from their publisher along with their accepted manuscript.

To comply with open access requirements for the REF you must send us a copy of the authors accepted manuscript (AAM) and let us know the date of acceptance dd/mm/yyyy

For further guidance please see the documents below:

Which version of the work do I submit?

Typically the version of the work needed for TeesRep submission is the Authors Accepted Manuscript: the author-generated version of the manuscript following peer review and including any revisions of an academic nature.

The Accepted Manuscript is usually the author’s final working version and should include changes from peer review but not the publisher’s logo or the design of the published version. This version may also be referred to as a ‘post-print’, ‘version 2’ or the camera ready version depending on your publisher. Publishers proofs are not acceptable.

document versions in the publiblishing process