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1 QUEEN’S UNIVERSITY, BELFAST RESEARCH PORTAL POLICIES ON RESEARCH PUBLICATIONS PURPOSE The purpose of this document is to outline the policies that will govern the running of the Queen’s University of Belfast (hereafter referred to as Queen’s) Research Portal. DEFINITIONS Term Definition CTA Copyright Transfer Agreement. DOI Digital Object Identifier. ISBN International Standard Book Number. Metadata The bibliographical information that describes items. PDF Portable Document Format document REF Research Excellence Framework Research Portal Is the branding given to the Queen’s Institutional Repository. SHERPA/RoMEO RoMEO is a searchable database of publisher's policies regarding the self- archiving of journal articles on the web and in Open Access repositories. Work Work is the research output of Queen’s authors which will include peer-reviewed journal articles or book chapters, in an electronic format, that is deposited in the Research Portal including the abstract, text, images and any related data. 1. POSITION OF QUEEN’S UNIVERSITY, BELFAST 1.1. The University’s position on the deposit of works in the Queen’s Research Portal and allowing for open access to these works is as follows: 1.1.1. Queen’s authors enter the bibliographic details of all their published works into Pure and access to this database is restricted to Queen’s users only. 1.1.2. When entering the bibliographic details into Pure it is possible for the Queen’s author to download publication data from online sources such as Web of Science, PubMed, arXiv and Scopus, if applicable. 1.1.3. When entering the bibliographic details into Pure Queen’s authors should deposit the full text of their substantive works 1 into the Queen’s Research Portal so that they can be made available online. 1.1.4. When a Queen’s author inputs the bibliographic details of a published work they will be alerted if the details have alread

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