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.
Open access of peer-reviewed scientific publications impacts university funding through an additional coefficient in the funding model. The monitoring model for open science and research monitors open access publishing as part of the open science in higher education and research institutions. The results of this monitoring will be used in negotiations between the Ministry of Education and Culture and universities. Self-archiving can be used to increase the number of open access publications and improve the university’s score in the indicators described above.
You can save you full texts in TUNICRIS and they will be automatically transferred to the Trepo institutional repository.
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.
The Tampere University library self-archives all Create Commons licensed articles to TUNICRIS automatically.
Read more about Creative Commons licensing:
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:
You can self-archive your articles in three alternative ways:
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.