The new UKRI Open Access Policy applies to:
UKRI will cover the cost of publishing in a journal that is:
• a journal that is part of a transitional agreement recognised by JISC that the University has signed up to: Getting published open access - Research support - LibGuides at Teesside University.
For research articles published via open access journals the Version of Record (VoR) must be made open access on publication via its webiste with a CC BY licence (or CC BY-ND licence if permission granted by UKRI ) or other permitted licence. If publishing by this route, Teesside University requires you to deposit the VoR in the University's research repository TeesRep on Publication.
For research articles published in a subscription journal the Author's Accepted Manuscript (AAM) (or VoR where publisher permits) is to be deposited into TeesRep at the time of final publication with no embargo.
To ensure it is clear at the point of submission which licence you are applying to your AAM you must include the following statement in the acknowledgements section of your manuscript and any submission or cover letter/note:
UKRI (2021) Open access policy. Available at: UKRI open access policy – UKRI
The new NIHR Open Access policy applies to journal articles submitted for publication on or after 1 June 2022
The policy applies to all peer-reviewed research articles, including reviews and conference papers arising from:
Monographs are not included in this policy.