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Open access agreement Association for Computing Machinery (ACM)

14 January 2021

The UG has signed a transformative open access agreement with the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) that will enable UG-affiliated corresponding authors to publish open access at no additional cost in all ACM journals, conference proceedings, and magazines as of 1 January 2021.

  • Corresponding authors will receive a link to the ACM Open Author eRights platform from the journal upon acceptance of their manuscript.
  • Authors should select "Institutionally Paid Open Access / Permissions Release" from the available rights offerings.
  • Upon selection of the ACM Open OA option, authors are asked to select their choice of Creative Commons (CC) licence. The UG recommends CC BY. For more information about CC licences please consult Creative Commons licences on our website.
  • Authors will receive an email confirmation.

NB: Authors must use their institutional email address to be routed to the ACM Open program and claim the APC waiver.

For questions please contact openaccess

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