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Managing NIH Public Access Compliance using MyNCBI / MyBibliography

My Bibliography is a tool that helps you save your citations directly from PubMed or, if not found there, to manually enter citations using My Bibliography templates. My Bibliography provides a centralized place where citations are easily accessed, exported as a file, and made public to share with others.
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My Bibliography facilitates the management of publication compliance with the NIH Public Access Policy.  From the “Awards” view, eRA Commons users are able to see whether their publications are compliant with the Policy, start the manuscript submission process, associate their NIH extramural awards with their publications, and designate delegates to manage their bibliography via My NCBI.
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eRA Commons no longer displays citations that have been manually entered into Commons.  These citations must be added to My Bibliography so that they will continue to appear in Commons and can be associated with annual progress reports (RPPR: Research Performance Progress Report).

My NCBI Tool to Replace eRA Commons for Bibliography Management (NIH Notice: NOT-OD-10-103)

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Guidance for UC Davis Researchers:

NIH Public Access Mandate (Library Guide)

NIH Public Access Policy: Compliance Management Using the My Bibliography Tool in My NCBI (pdf)

hslref@lib.ucdavis.edu or mclref@lib.ucdavis.edu

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NIHMS FAQ and illustrated submission tutorials are also available and extremely helpful.

Acknowledgements: Amy Studer and Cathy Sarli

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