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Help Conference Authors Meet Open Access Publishing Requirements

One of the trends in publishing is to make research articles publicly available through a process called “open access” (OA). To help ensure that your conference authors can meet open access guidelines from their funding agencies, reviewing the IEEE Author Posting policy may address their concerns and make them comfortable submitting papers to your conference.

Learn more about the how the IEEE Author Posting policy applies to conference authors and get language for use in Call for Papers

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