Your University Id and Password
You will need a valid ANU University identifier (e.g. u1234567). This should be the identifier of the person submitting the paper, which may or may not be one of the author(s).
If you don't have a University Identifier you should contact the IT Support Staff in your College, or if you are external but are, or were, affiliated with the ANU you can contact the ANU Research administrator for assistance.
You can include up to 6 Grants for this submission. Please select the Grant Type from the drop-down list and then enter the ID for each Grant in the box provided.
Please add only one Grant ID per field, so that stats reports on each type of Grant can be extracted.
Title of Item
For the Accepted Version of articles, the title is just the title of the article, but for other materials it may be the headline of a newspaper article, or a chapter title, or the person about whom an article is written. We'll check it for you.
What are you submitting?
The version of the article you give us will determine whether we can make it available for search engines to display:
- The 'Accepted Version' is the author's final peer reviewed and corrected version - the Word document that you sent to the publisher.
- The 'Submitted Version' is the author's version before peer review.
- The 'Publisher's Version' is the formatted publisher's pdf - generally we are not allowed to make these versions available as open access.
- The 'Working/Technical Paper' is sometimes referred to as an Occasional or Discussion paper. These are generally not published other than on university webpages.
- 'Other' is the best option if you think your item does not fit any of the above descriptions.
Where item has been or will be published
For the Accepted Version of articles, this will be the name of the journal or conference. If you are depositing something else it might be the name of the book, or the newspaper, etc. where the article will appear or has appeared. If it has been published already, it would be helpful if you can identify more of the citation (e.g. the date, volume number, page number, etc.).
For the Accepted Versions of articles in journals we will identify the journal policies for you and apply the appropriate rules automatically. If you are aware of any specific access conditions apart from the journals (e.g. embargo periods, constraints from funding sources or industry partners, cultural requirements, etc.) please specify these here and we'll put that into the system as well. We are very careful to ensure that nothing gets out that shouldn't.
Please provide some keywords for your item. This will make it much easier for search engines such as Google to find your article.
Please cut and paste your abstract into this box. It will appear on the metadata page which has all the information about your article.
If the article does not have an abstract, please put the first two sentences of the article in this field. If you leave this field blank we will put the first two sentences of the article here.
If there's anything else you'd like to tell us about the publication you're submitting, anything at all, you can put it in here, we will read it and deal with it appropriately. It can also be added as comments on the record so it will be kept with the publication.
File to upload
Please feel free to deposit all of your research output, if a file is under embargo or has other access constraints please detail these in the Further Information section. We will keep the document hidden for the required period.
If you have more than one file to deposit, please zip them together and deposit the single file.
Just click on the 'Browse' button, find that file on your computer, and select it for upload.
Move all the files you want zipped into a folder. Give the folder a meaningful name (e.g. Smith_thesis or Huan_article) Right click the folder, and select "Send to" from the menu. Select "Compressed or Zipped Folder" from the secondary menu. This will create a new Zipped Folder, which will show up as a new icon.How to zip files together (Mac)
Move all the files you want zipped into a folder. Give the folder a meaningful name (e.g. Smith_thesis or Huan_article) Right click the folder, and select "Compress" from the menu. This will create a new Zipped Folder, which will show up as a new icon.