Wikipedia Email Requesting Articles

Dear All

A number of academics within Universities accross the United Kingdom have this week received emails with the subject heading of “I found your work on Wikipedia but it could be more accessible” from a wikimedia association member.  These emails are requesting articles, that have been referenced in Wikipedia, but which currently do not have the full text available.  Whilst making our research as widely avaialble as possible, the means through which they are requesting that you do this may lead you to be in breach of copyright.

Therefore, if you do have the article’s accepted manuscript that is being requested, and it’s not already uploaded to NECTAR (and it was created whilst you were an employee of the University of Northampton), then please do upload it to NECTAR and we will make it avaiable if we are able after checking publisher’s policies.  If the research output was the result of research done at another institution, we will be able to upload this to our CRIS (Current Research Information System) when we get it (hopefully in the new year!)

About Dawn Hibbert

Head of Research Support at the University of Northampton.

Posted on September 20, 2017, in Faculties, Moulton College, News, Northampton Business School, Research, Research Institutes and Centres, Research Support Centre, School of Education, School of Health, School of Social Sciences, School of the Arts, Support and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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