For authors / summary writers: Guidance on writing accessible summaries
Before you submit your summary, please check that the orginal article appeared in a journal listed on the Social Science Citation Index or the Arts and Humanities Citation Index.
Guidance for writing OASIS summaries
Template for OASIS Summary A4 and US Letter.
Annotated examples of how to write accessible summaries
Two exemplar summaries 1 and 2
If your summary is of a paper in a supporting journal, please follow the journal's instructions on how to submit your summary. Otherwise submit your summary by sending it to us at oasis[at]oasis-database[dot]org
Materials for journal editors considering adopting accessible summaries
Draft proposal for editorial boards
The proposal for OASIS - a PowerPoint presentation from the Editors' Symposium
OASIS is committed to providing resources that are accessible to all. We are actively working to increase the accessibility and usability of our resources, and to meet current guidelines. If you have any concerns about the accessibility of our site and resources, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Terms used in the OASIS database
These are the key words that are currently available to tag your summary when you upload.
These terms can also be used to search the OASIS database. You may use any combination of these terms for your search. Please note, using one or more terms to search will only 'find results' if those terms are currently used to label a summary.
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