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Author accepted manuscript (AAM) and postprint are terms used to describe the version of a journal article or book chapter that is accepted for publication by the editor of the journal or book. This version of the article or chapter includes all the changes made as a result of the peer review and editing processes but has not yet been typeset, formatted, or had the journal’s masthead added. In almost all cases, this version of a research output can be made open access without charge after an embargo period has elapsed. To make an AAM open access, attach the manuscript when depositing the output in the Univerity's institutional repository, ResearchOnline@JCU.