Answered By: Dartmouth Library
Last Updated: Feb 01, 2018     Views: 21

The policy covers the author’s final peer reviewed, pre-published version of all scholarly articles authored or co-authored while the person is a member of the Dartmouth faculty. For this purpose, “scholarly articles” are defined as works describing the outcome of scholarly study or research that are produced with no expectation of payment, such as those usually made available through peer-reviewed scholarly journals and conference proceedings. Although scholarly articles of this nature are specified, this does not prevent an author from making other kinds of material open access using the infrastructure built to provide access to articles under this policy. The policy applies to articles submitted for publication after adoption of the policy.

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