University of Helsinki Opens its Research Vaults 2012-06-25


Use the link to access the full text article available from the open access, peer reviewed journal ScieCom info-Nordic-Baltic Forum for Scientific COmmunication. The article opens with the following statement: “In May 2008 the Rector of the University of Helsinki made the historic decision to make available to the general public across the world all research results funded by the University. This so called open access self-archiving mandate means that the University will institute, for its research and teaching personnel, an obligation to submit their research publications to the University’s open publication repository. The mandate does not apply to monographs but does include, in addition to journal articles, also individual chapters written by researchers and published in books. In addition to the material for which the deposit is mandatory also other kinds of publications such as popular articles, other published texts, serial publications of University departments, teaching material and as well as monographs may be stored in the University open repository...”



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06/25/2012, 17:20

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06/25/2012, 17:27