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NHMRC: Journal articles accepted for publication after 1 July 2012 must be deposited into an Open Access institutional repository within 12 months of the date of publication.
ARC: Any publications arising from grants funded since 1 January 2013 must be deposited into an Open Access institutional repository within 12 months of the date of publication.
The publication should be deposited in ResearchOnline@JCU as soon as possible after the publication has been accepted. Use the Embargo expiry date field if the publication can not be made Open Access immediately.
The Accepted Version or the Published Version may be deposited. The Accepted Version is the final corrected version after peer review. The publisher's copyright agreement should state the version that you can deposit in ResearchOnline@JCU. SHERPA/RoMEO summarises publisher policies regarding the self- archiving of journal articles on the web and in Open Access repositories.
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