- Public Access Quick Facts: When and How to Comply and How to Correct Non-Compliant Papers - (PowerPoint - 200 KB, October 2017)
- Public Access Compliance in one slide - (PowerPoint - 41 KB, February 2016)
- Public Access Training - (PowerPoint - 10 KB, May 2016)
- Linking eRA Commons accounts to My NCBI
- Managing Compliance with the NIH Public Access Policy
- Using My Bibliography to generate the publications section of progress reports
- Collaborating with PIs an Co-Authors to associate papers with NIH grants, monitor compliance, and simplify reporting
- Information for Librarians: Video, Transcript, Slides. Includes a special section on the Public Access Compliance Monitor. (August 2014)
The NIH Manuscript Submission System
The NIH Manuscript Submission System (NIHMS) is tool for authors and publishers to deposit electronic version of peer-reviewed final manuscripts for inclusion in PubMed Central. Papers in the NIHMS are assigned an identifier (NIHMSID). The NIHMS provides a process overview, illustrated tutorials, and FAQs.
My NCBI and My Bibliography
My NCBI is a tool that retains user information and database preferences to provide customized services for many services operated by the National Library of Medicine's National Center for Biotechnology Information, including PubMed, PubMed Central and SciENcv. With a My NCBI account you can select display formats, set filtering options, and save automatic searches with results sent by e-mail. My NCBI also includes the bibliography management system My Bibliography.
With My Bibliography you can save your citations (journal articles, books/chapters, patents, presentations, and meetings) directly from PubMed or, if not found there, you can manually enter the citations using My Bibliography templates. NIH extramural investigators use My Bibliography to track compliance with the NIH public access policy and report peer-reviewed publications to NIH.
Articles and Other Communications
- Public Access Reporting and Resource Sharing (March 2016)
- Continuing Steps to Ensuring Credibility of NIH Research: Selecting Journals with Credible Practices (November 2017)
- NIH Manuscript Collection Optimized for Text-Mining and More (November 2015)
- Rock Talk Announcement: Improving Public Access to Research Results (November 2012)
- Public Access Policy Implications (April 2012)