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You may possibly download and print just one content of any item (and its particular associated news) held in UCL Discovery for the individual, non-commercial usage without previous permission or charge, provided that you properly cite the paper. Some records in UCL Discovery suggest that the product is certified under a innovative commons or any other licence that enables wider re-use. Please make reference to the regards to the licence for certain details.
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Cite the book that it is available in UCL Discovery as it appears at the top of the UCL Discovery record, then indicate.
As an example:
Card, D., Dustmann, C., & Preston, I. (2009). Immigration, wages, and compositional amenities. CReAM Discussion Papers (CDP 29/09). Centre when it comes to Research and review of Migration (CReAM), London, UK. Offered by http://discovery.ucl.ac.uk/18906/
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Open access funds
The Wellcome Trust, and six other medical charities, offer UCL with central financing to cover gold access that is open. See our Wellcome Trust and COAF web web page. Until 1 October 2019, UCL’s available access funds through the funders that are following completely expended: Bloodwise, British Heart Foundation, Cancer Research UK, Parkinson’s British and Versus Arthritis.
UCL’s British Research Councils (UKRI) available access grant funds silver open access for several research papers funded by the AHRC, BBSRC, EPSRC, ESRC, MRC, NERC and STFC. Mehr lesen