Due to agreements between the TUM and publishers you can benefit from special conditions for self-archiving on mediaTUM:
- Oxford Journals: A post-print of your publication may be published after 12 to 24 months (depending on the particular journal) on mediaTUM. You must refer to the publisher's version.
- Sage Publications: You are entitled to add your article published in one of our subscribed journals in the publisher’s version on mediaTUM 12 month after publication.
Postprint: Version without publisher's own formatting and logo. As a rule, the last version after the peer review process is to be archived with all changes. The Postprint should receive the DOI assigned by the publisher with the appropriate version statement.
Publisher's Version: Definitive work published in a journal, which normally includes the journal name, publisher's name, and a DOI.
More information you will find in the "Article Version Explainer".