Yes. You grant us the right to add the paper to the Repository but we don’t take your copyright. If you sign a copyright transfer agreement with your publisher, this usually transfers the copyright to the publisher and restricts what you are able to do with your work.
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- Will I get into trouble with my publisher for submitting my accepted manuscript to you?
- If I put the article on my own website, will I get into trouble?
- Do I still have the copyright after I submit to you?
- Will there be any copyright issues if I sign my publisher’s agreement before submitting the manuscript to you?
- Which journals offer a green Open Access publishing option? Can you provide a list of approved journals or a blacklist of journals to avoid?
- Do I need to worry about copyright?
- What Open Access licences are appropriate?