Open access articles appearing on publishers’ websites are peer-reviewed in the same way as any other article. Repositories may contain a mixture of pre- and post-prints depending on the policy of the repository. It is standard practice to link the post-print to the published version within a repository record.
Frequently Asked Questions
- What does ETD stand for?
- What is an "Alternative-format" thesis?
- What is an institutional repository?
- What does open access mean?
- Who decides whether my thesis is made openly available on the web?
Last update: 2012-10-24 15:31