If you choose to make your papers open access through the Green Open Access route, deposit your papers in an open access repository such as an institutional repository or a disciplinary repository. Availability of your publications or research output depends on the self-archiving policy of publishers.
The NIE Digital Repository aims to organise, preserve and facilitate dissemination of NIE publications and research output.
How to deposit?
Keen to find out more?
View the guide at http://libris.nie.edu.sg/guide-depositing-electronic-academic-papers-the-library or email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you hold the copyright of your research papers, you may deposit the softcopy of your papers in the NIE Digital Repository.
If you have transferred all or some of the copyright, you will need to check the self-archiving policies of the publishers.
Most journal publishers allow authors to self-archive a copy of their papers. You may refer to