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Growing numbers of institutions are setting up their own repositories to archive and disseminate their researchers’ scientific output. This guide explains what is an open archive, what it is used for and how it can be improved.
Héloïse is an information service dedicated to the policies of publishers as regards the depositing of articles. It only relates to documents deposited on researcher’s own websites and those of scientific establishments.
The OpenDoar directory provides an updated list of open access repositories around the world. You can run queries by country, discipline or document type. You can also search the content of open archives.
HAL is a multidisciplinary open archive dedicated to the archiving and dissemination of theses and research-level scholarly articles that may or may not have been published. The documents are produced by French and foreign higher education institutions and research organisations as well as by public or private laboratories.
LARA is a multidisciplinary open archive under the responsibility of the CNES. It is dedicated to collecting French scientific and technical reports.
LARA is a multidisciplinary web platform whose content comes from various French laboratories, institutes, research centres and organisations. Its aims, in particular, are to promote scientific and technical grey literature and reports (technical reports, research reports, study reports, progress reports, institutional reports, etc.)
BioMed Central is an independent publisher in the fields of biology and medicine. It provides open and free access to 188 validated journals (data of June 2008) that are published according to a special business model: the publication fees are borne by the authors or by the institution to which they belong. http://www.biomedcentral.com
Biomed Central was acquired by Springer in 2008
HAL-based open archive of the INSU (Institut National des Sciences de l’Univers), a CNRS institute for national and worldwide research programmes in astronomy, Earth sciences, ocean sciences and space sciences.