If the output record in the Research Repository indicates it is “Free to read”. What does this mean?

If the output record in the Research Repository indicates it is “Free to read”. What does this mean?

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When a record is created for an output the system checks for the presence of a full text file. If the full text file on the repository record is “Discoverable or “Embargoed” the “Free to read” field automatically sets to “Yes”. If the full text file has the public status set to “Private” the “Free to read” field will set to “No”. Embargoed files set to “Yes” and are followed by a…

Free to read start date

This is the date the file is publicly available on the repository webpages. This will be the date the file was published if there is no embargo period. Otherwise it will be the publication date plus the embargo period.

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