Answered By: Daryl Grenz Last Updated: May 31, 2015 Views: 11
You have a number of options:
Try to persuade the publisher that it should accept the KAUST non-exclusive license in order to be able to publish your article.
Seek a different publisher.
Consult with the Library (firstname.lastname@example.org) to address the publisher’s specific concerns.
Obtain a waiver for the article under the policy. (Note: Even if using the waiver option, authors must deposit a copy of the manuscript version of new scholarly articles in the institutional repository. The deposited article will then be "dark" (or non-OA), if required by the publisher.)