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It’s time to publish your paper and there’s so much to consider. Which journal to select? Should you publish in Open Access? How much is the Article Processing Charge (APC)? How to protect your rights as an author? How to enhance visibility of your works?
No worries, we’re here to assist. Consult our specialists to help you shortlist journals based on journal metrics, publisher’s copyrights restrictions and their Open Access archiving policies. And don’t forget to check out our deals on discounted APCs with selected publishers and societies. Last but not least, we also provide advice on suitable Creative Commons license to apply so you can retain your author’s rights.
Need help in understanding or retrieving the various author-level, article-level or journal-level metrics? Or looking for expertise in compiling your metrics for peer benchmarking, performance appraisal and grant applications? We're happy to assist you. We provide advice to the NUS community on research metrics and the various sources and platforms used to measure research impact. We also run customised workshops to increase the awareness of research impact metrics and its proper use in NUS.
More information on the definitions, sources of metrics and proper use of these metrics can be found in our guides. Get in touch with us if you need any advice or assistance.
Your scholarly works, be it articles, conference papers, working papers or datasets can be archived in perpetuity in the NUS repository, ScholarBank@NUS and shared with the world. Learn about the best practices in data management planning and if you need a DOI for your dataset or publication, get in touch with us to help you mint it.
The NUS institutional repository, ScholarBank@NUS, preserves the NUS community’s research publications as well as data.
As an NUS academic staff or researcher, you are encouraged
to deposit an appropriate copy of your works in the ScholarBank@NUS. This ensures you comply with funder’s requirement. Not only that, it also increases the discoverability of your research as ScholarBank@NUS is indexed in search engines like Google and Yahoo. Here’s how you can deposit your works:
As an NUS student, your theses are deposited on your behalf by:
You can refer to this guide on how to locate past theses in ScholarBank@NUS.
NUS staff and students may deposit your datasets into ScholarBank@NUS yourself. Refer to the "How to Deposit" section of this guide. Alternatively, contact the ScholarBank Team at firstname.lastname@example.org to coordinate your data submission if your datasets file sizes are very large or if the data requires special consideration.
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