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Every article published by Acadlore journals is assigned a digital object identifier (DOI), which can be found on the page of each article. To let more people know about your work, you are encouraged to share a link to the final published version. The DOI link will always direct to your article, even if the website URL changes.
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|DOI link||Version under review||Accepted version||Published version|
|Personal webpage||Yes||Yes||12 months after publication||Yes|
|Non-commercial institutional repository||Yes||Yes||12 months after publication||Yes|
|Non-commercial subject repository||Yes||Yes||12 months after publication||Yes|
|Non-commercial general repository||Yes||Yes||12 months after publication||Yes|
|Commercial repository||Yes||Yes||12 months after publication||Yes|
|Social media site||Yes||Yes||12 months after publication||Yes|
|Share via email for personal use||Yes||Yes||12 months after publication||Yes|
|Share via email list servers||Yes||Yes||No||Yes|
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Before sharing any content, please state which version of the manuscript you intend to make available: version under review / accepted version / published version, and include a statement on the published material:
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This is a paper that has been published in [Journal title] with the DOI link [ https://doi.org/10.56578/xxxxxxx ].
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