Sharing your systematic review publicly can help others learn from your findings and advance knowledge in your field. In this article, we will explain the steps you need to follow to make your review public and the benefits of doing so.
1. Check for Copyrighted Text
Before making your review public, it's crucial to ensure that there is no copyrighted text attached to it. Including copyrighted text in a public review would violate copyright laws. To check for copyrighted text, simply scan your review for any text that you did not create yourself. If you find any, remove it before moving on to the next step.
2. Marking it Public
Once you've confirmed that your review is free of copyrighted text, you can reach out to our support team at firstname.lastname@example.org and inform them that you want to make your review public. Our team will then mark your review as public and confirm that it's ready for others to view.
3. Maintaining Control
Even though your review is now public, It's important to note that you still technically maintain control over it. This means that you should be sure to keep an eye on any collaborators who may have access to your review as they could make changes or you can revoke their access.
Making your Literature Systematic Review public has several benefits. First and foremost, it allows others to learn from your findings and gain insight into your work. Additionally, sharing your review publicly can increase visibility and recognition for your research, helping you establish a more informed and engaged community in your field. By making your review public, you can play a role in advancing knowledge and contributing to your field.