The Tampere higher education community systematically follows up on and evaluates the progress and impact of Open Science and Research.
Learn more about proportions of Open Access publications in Tampere University in our guide for research impact and visibility.
The role of data is good to take into account in Open Access publishing. Open Access also affects the visibility and impact of the research. In the Tampere higher education community theses will be published openly. Read more in our guides:
Open Access (OA) is about the open, free availability of scientific information. Free availability of scientific information means that the user has the right to read, copy, print and link full-text versions of scientific publications. A scientific publication can be defined as publicly available once it is readable on the Internet by both the scientific community and the general public, free of charge.
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Tampere Universities have adopted an Open Science Policy that reflects their commitment to the principles of academic integrity and the promotion of open access to their research output. The policy highlights the general principles of openness of Tampere higher education community. In addition, the policy takes into account the monitoring and evaluation of the open science policy. A coordination group will be set up to guide and monitor the implementation of an open science policy.
The principles concerning open access publication:
The aim of the action program is to ensure that the principles of open science are implemented naturally in the university processes and in the everyday work of the researcher.
According to the Tampere University's Open Science Action Plan:
Tampere University of Applied Sciences will publish their action plan later.
Theses by former University of
Self-archived articles, monographs
Open Access books by
Doctoral dissertations by
|Theses by former TUT students
(bachelor’s theses, master’s theses,
Theses by Tampere University of
Self-archived articles by TAMK staff
Want to read an article that you don't have access to? Check these alternative ways to access scientific journal articles by FinELib (consortium for negotiating agreements for the Finnish scholarly community):
Contact the interlibrary services of Tampere University Library when you need a resource that is not in our collections. The students and staff of Tampere Universities can order article copies free of charge from National Repository Library if the journal in question is available in the Repository Library collections.