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More advice on what you should consider in relation to copyright in your material, including licensing and open access when publishing may be found at Research and copyright.
The Sherpa/RoMEO database provides information about self archiving policies by publisher or journal titles, including in many cases links to the publishers policy or the text of the copyright agreement. OAKList database provides similar information for many smaller Australian publishers and titles.
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