IET Confirms Full Support of MIT Faculty Open Access Policy

Posted November 23rd, 2009 by Ellen Duranceau

The Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) has confirmed its full cooperation with the MIT Faculty Open Access Policy.  President Chris Earnshaw wishes MIT success with the policy and says that the IET  “applauds” it.

MIT authors therefore do not need to provide an amendment to the IET publication agreement or take any other special action in order to publish with IET  under the MIT policy.  oapolicylogofinal

The faculty policy, established by on March 18, 2009, makes the faculty’s scholarly articles openly available on the web.  Papers are being shared via MIT’s research repository, DSpace@MIT.

To submit a paper under the policy, please upload the final submitted manuscript, post peer-review, but prior to the publisher’s formatting, through a short web form, or send to oa@mit.edu.

To review other confirmed publisher responses, please see: Publishers and the MIT Faculty Open Access Policy. Questions about publishers not yet on the page may be directed to copyright-lib@mit.edu.

For more information:

MIT Faculty Open Access Policy

Details on working with the policy

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