HAL - Pasteur
HAL-Pasteur is an environment for self-archiving of scientific publications and providing free access to them
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The media library web page about Open Access is here
The English documentation is being translated.
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H2020 and Open Access (8/9/16)
The open access mandate is composed of two steps: 1. depositing publications into repositories, and 2. providing open access to them within a maximum of 6 months
Bill for a Digital Republic and OPEN ACCESS, OPEN DATA, TDM (8/9/16)
Open Access: right to freely disseminate your scientific publications if they have been at least half publicly funded, even if you have transfered your exclusive copyright to a publisher. The embargoes last 6 months maximum for hard sciences and 12 months for human and social sciences.
Open Data: The datas, resulting from public funds and unprotected by a specific right will be freely reusable.(Article 17) TDM: the French Intellectual Property Code has been modified to create a new "Text and Data Mining" exception that will allow public research to explore the digital copies and reproductions from lawful sources, without prior permission of the authors. (Article 18bis)
Le blog du CCSD (9/11/15)
FP7 Post Grant Pilot (9/11/15)
Requesting funds for post-grant FP7 publications