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Horizon 2020 and open access
The Horizon 2020 programme includes the obligation to ensure free access to publications resulting from the research it has helped to fund. The document Guidelines on Open Access to Scientific Publications and Research Data in Horizon 2020defines and provides context to the rules set out in article 29.2 of the model grant agreement. Hence, the obligation established by Inria to submit publications to HAL means that it is perfectly compatible with European Union directives:(cf. p. 6 and following of the Guidelines...).
If your project does not appear in the H2020 project system of reference, please do not hesitate to contact us at email@example.com
In this way, Inria policy and that of the European Commission are coming together for the free distribution of scientific output.
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Ranking Web of Repositories (2/9/16)
HAL has fallen several spots and currently comes in eighth in the list of top portals, while HAL-Inria retains tenth place in the world ranking of institutional … Lire la suite →
The Open Journal, a new astrophysic overlay journal (1/15/16)
In your New Year’s resolutions, you decided to save the research by adopting disruptive technology? The overlay journals are for you!
And early this year, a new overlay journal is born: The Open Journal.
The Open Journal is an open-access platform that publishes peer-reviewed articles in … Lire la suite →
(Français) Retour sur la journée d’étude : “Vers une culture de la diffusion en sciences humaines et sociales : les 10 ans de HAL-SHS” (1/5/16)
(Français) Tribune libre à Laurent Romary, directeur de recherche Inria : Open Access, en avant ! (10/15/15)
(Français) Contributions Inria à la consultation sur la loi pour une République Numérique (10/13/15)
Overlay-journal JDMDH (Journal of Data-Mining and Digital Humanities) indexed by DOAJ (10/8/15)
Call for Contribution to a Special Issue in the Journal of Data Mining and Digital Humanities (JDMDH) (10/8/15)
Submit your article to the Special Issue dedicated to Computer-Aided Processing of Intertextuality in Ancient Languages
“Europe’s future is digital”.
This was the headline … Lire la suite →
What is HAL ?
Since April 2013, HAL (Hyper Articles On line) is the reference platform in France for the open access to scientific publications (articles and theses). It is supported by the French Ministry of Research and managed by the CCSD (a CNRS … Lire la suite →
Webometrics ranking (8/25/15)
By arrival of some universities repositories like Sao Paulo HAL and HAL-Inria loose some places.
HAL-Inria is now 14th instead of 10th last January.
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Inria Awards 2015 (9/30/15)
The 2015 Support for Research and Innovation Inria Award has been awarded to the HAL-Inria development team working in collaboration with CCSD. The 2015 Inria awards ceremony will take place in the Forum des Images, in Paris, next 6th October
Some tutorials are available on HAL-Inria !
Share developements around HAL (4/21/15)
CCSD has created a github repository https://github.com/ccsdforge where you can find some developments around applications. This forge is open to all don’t hesitate to participate. You can find for example some stylesheet files to transform TEI/HAL into other formats like bibtex, Dublin core, Endnote…
IdHAL - what it's for and how to use it. (7/4/15)
Do you want to put all the publications you've submitted in HAL on a single web page? Or create a CV with a url address in your name containing all your submissions? If so, then you must first create an author ID in HAL (IdHAL).