A Tutorial on How to Utilize SportRχiv
Keywords:tutorial, exercise science, preprints, postprint
SportRχiv (pronounced as “Sport Archive”) is a scholarly self-archiving service that allows those who work and/or study within sport and exercise science to publicly post open access versions of their scholarly work. These works often come in the form of “preprints” which are scholarly manuscripts that have yet to be peer-reviewed and are often submitted to peer-reviewed scholarly journals. SportRχiv allows those that write scholarly work in sport and exercise science to retain ownership of their work by allowing them to post their “author version” of their manuscripts. This ensures that a copy of their work will always be publicly available regardless of whether the work is later published in a scholarly journal. In this manuscript, I will briefly describe the submission, moderation, and updating process at SportRχiv.
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