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Public Access Compliance: Why Is This Paper Non-Compliant?

This LibGuide will walk users through issues of compliance with the NIH

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The Red Dot

If one of your publications has the red dot, then that publication is Non-Compliant, and we need to address that to bring it into compliance.  The red dot only appears if the paper has been published 3 or more months ago, and has not been submitted into the NIHMS.  There are only 2 ways to remove the red dot:

  1. Edit the Status of the paper to be Non-Applicable (see the tab labeled, "Do I Need to Deal With This?")
  2. Submit the Paper through the NIHMS.  The tab "How Do I Make This Paper Compliant?" will walk you through this process.

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