According to the Tampere University open science policy, self-archiving of research articles is required if the publisher's policy allows self-archiving. The most commonly allowed version for self-archiving is the author's last version of the article before the publisher's layout. This version is known as the post print, final draft or accepted manuscript.
Self-archived articles can be found in the university's institutional repositories:
By self-archiving your article will get a permanent web address (URN).
For more information on our open science policy and OA support services, please see the Tampere higher education community Open Access guide.
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The Tampere University library checks the self-archiving permissions for scientific journal articles and conference articles during SoleCRIS validations. If self-archiving is allowed, the library sends you a request to submit the post print/final draft/accepted manuscript version to the library for self-archiving. You can easily send your article by replying to our message. The library will self-archive your articles in Trepo.
You can also suggest articles for self-archiving by sending email to email@example.com. The library checks the permissions and self-archives the articles in Trepo if the publisher's policy allows self-archiving.
The library checks all licenses and rights statements before the file is made available on the public portal.
When you are finished, choose Create and then Save.
By sending your publication to the library for self-archiving or to be published in the institutional repository of Tampere University, you accept the following conditions concerning your publication type: