HAL-UPMC is an institutional repository dedicated to the deposit and open access to the scientific publications of the Pierre & Marie Curie University (articles, book chapters, proceedings, PhD theses, etc.). It is a way :

  • to increase the visibility of UPMC publications,
  • to promote the work of UPMC research units,
  • to ensure the durability of deposited data,
  • to offer to scientists services such as making their own publication list,
  • to meet the requirements of the European Commission regarding Horizon 2020-funded research projects.

HAL-UPMC support

HAL-UPMC support, provided by the library (BUPMC), is at your service :

  • to deposit in HAL your full text publications,
  • to help you make them more visible thanks to HAL services (researcher webpage, collections, etc.),
  • to answer to all your questions regarding open access,
  • to present HAL-UPMC to your unit.

A seminar Open access : why and how ? is regularly organized within the programme Midis de la Biblio.

For contributors

  • Please respect the UPMC signature rules for scientific publications to enable the appropriate identification of deposited documents.
  • The deposit of a document requires the agreement of all its authors, and it must respect editor policy.
  • A submitted document passes a moderation process. It can be rejected if it does not fullfill HAL criteria (more information).
  • Once a document is put online, it cannot be withdrawn.
  • Deposited text files in pdf format or picture files in jpeg format are now automatically sent to the CINES for long-term preservation.
  • Deposing your research results on HAL is a public disclosure. You must therefore be sure that these research results are not bound by confidentiality obligations or involved in a current patent granting procedure. For any question about the confidentiality of your publications, contact the DGRTT.

For readers

Within the context of electronic communication, rules about intellectual property do apply. In particular, authors must be correctly recognized as such, and the work must be cited if used.

INIST - Open access

Changement de politique d'Elsevier (22/05/15)  

Le blog Numeribib met en ligne la traduction française d'un billet « Stepping back from sharing » publié le 7 mai par Kevin Smith, Directeur de l'Office of Copyright and Scholarly Communication de la Duke University sur le blog Scholarly Communications@Duke.
Ce billet est écrit en réaction à la nouvelle politique d'Elsevier concernant le Libre Accès (LA), annoncée le 30 avril 2015. L'auteur du billet voit cette nouvelle politique comme une régression en ce qui concerne l'ouverture.
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- Actualités

Du modèle abonnement vers un modèle Libre Accès (22/05/15)  
Point sur les politiques en faveur du Libre Accès (07/05/15)  
Science Europe renforce les principes pour la publication en libre accès (29/04/15)  
Quel modèle de publication en libre accès (17/04/15)  
CHORUS et SHARE (15/04/15)  
Analyse des politiques en faveur du Libre Accès (14/04/15)  
Comment mettre en place une politique en faveur du Libre Accès (13/04/15)  
RCUK : premier bilan de sa politique de libre accès  (31/03/15)  
FASTR 2015 : proposition de loi en faveur du Libre Accès aux États-Unis (26/03/15)  


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