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HAL-PASTEUR is the institutional archive of the Institut Pasteur, portal of the french national archive HAL.
Institut Pasteur International Network (33 institutions all over the world) have the portal HAL-RIIP to submit their publications.

  Why to archive ?
  The Institut Pasteur intends to pursue a strong institutional Open Access policy, so as to affirm its commitment to open science and ensure the visibility of its publications.
In response to this will, researchers are expressly asked to deposit their publications in the open archive Hal-Pasteur
(BIP: The Institut Pasteur newsletter - January 16, 2015)
            flecheInfographics about the benefits of open access
  When ?
  When the article is accepted for publication
Important reminder:
If your research findings are subject to a patent application, it is necessary to delay the publication until the application has been lodged with the patent office.
  How ?
  Log on to your Hal-Pasteur account, and click on the Submit tab
The deposit takes 4 steps:
1. Select publication type
2. Upload the file(s)
3. Capture metadata describing the document
4. Enter the authors’ affiliations
The final screen summarizes the information provided.

The deposit is checked by the media library, in particular the rights of authors

  Which version should be submitted?

- The peer-reviewed author’s manuscript, accepted for publication (postprint).
It is the article without the publisher’s layout. Most publishers allow it.
- The PDF file published by the publisher on their website if it has been open access published.
The know publishers’ policy, see Sherpa/Romeo website

If you can post your post-print, you can see the following item:


  H2020 reminder

For publications whose research has been funded by the European Union within H2020 program, deposit of and open access to the articles are mandatory

flechemore information about OpenAire ; on ROARMAP

  What if the publisher does not allow postprint submissions?
puce Preferably before you sign an agreement with a publisher,
you can use the Scholar's Addendum EngineScience Commons
It will generate an additional clause that will allow you (amongst others) to retain rights to submit a copy of your author manuscript to Hal.
Fill in, print, and send the form to the publisher.
puce Other models of addendum to publication agreement on the Couperin for Open Access in France website
puce jaune Media Library course materials
puce The course material to deposit in Hal-Riip [english]
puce Le support de cours pour Hal-Pasteur [français]
puce jaune Déposer dans Hal : mode d'emploi on the blog of the CCSD [french]
puce jaune Hal Documentation on CCSD website
  For any question :


Updated : October 30, 2015


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