Publishing Your Research

A variety of models and options now exist for sharing, accessing and archiving scientific research results. We provide education and support for publishing and managing author rights.

The One University Open Access Author Fund at The University of Kansas

The University of Kansas will underwrite article processing charges for open access journal articles when funds are otherwise not available. The fund is made possible with contributions from The University of Kansas Provost and the Offices of Research at The University of Kansas and University of Kansas Medical Center.

Learn more and submit a funding request.

KUMC and KU Institutional Repositories

Archie is the institutional repository of KUMC. Learn more about submitting articles and other content to Archie.

KU Scholarworks is the institutional repository of KU, managed by KU Libraries in Lawrence.

Support for publishing, author rights, and open access

Learn about NIH's Public Access Policy and get help with policy compliance.

Find a reputable open access journal or publisher.

See our Guide to learn more or consult a librarian.

Download our Author Rights handout PDF.

Tools for authoring and publishing

NCBI Tool for Managing Bibliographies in eRA Commons

Ontology Add-in for MS Word 2007 - Microsoft and Creative Commons recently released an Ontology Add-in that will "enable authors to easily add scientific hyperlinks as semantic annotations, drawn from ontologies, to their documents and research papers".

Author Add-in for PubMed Central - Provides authors of scientific articles with the ability to read and write files from Word 2007 into the XML format used by the National Library of Medicine for archiving articles in PubMed Central.

Creative Commons Add-In - Enables you to embed Creative Commons licenses into Word, PowerPoint and Excel documents.

Scholar's Copyright Addendum Engine - Enables you to create a form to attach to a copyright agreement that defines certain rights.

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