Answered By: Content Strategy Last Updated: Jan 30, 2018 Views: 17
When the final manuscript of a publication is available via Research Online, it allows researchers who do not have subscription access to the journal to read it to determine if it is useful for their work.
To assist readers and authors in accessing the definitive publication, the citation for the definitive publisher's version for each publication in Research Online will be included.
This will also ensure citations are attributed to the publisher version.
The DOI (Digital Object Identifier) or publisher URL will also be included to ensure users can access the definitive published content.