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Publishing channels and self-archiving

  • What is Open Access? - Everything about Open Science, research, publishing, self-archiving and licenses from Sikt.

UHR - Publishing committee

UHR-Universities Norway's publishing committee is in charge of approving new scientific publishing channels and nominating Level-2 publishing channels (Norwegian language only).

Self-archiving

All publicly financed research in Norway must be made openly available. Articles may be self-archived and published in an institutional repository such as the school's own digital archive. Publishers have different policies when it comes to making published research openly available. To find out a specific journal's open access policy, please refer to this overview: Sherpa Romeo. Enter a journal title, ISSN, or a publisher name when searching. Note that the overview is not exhaustive when it comes to Norwegian journals and publishers.

Contact the library if you have any question regarding publishing, self-archiving or licenses: KUF-dokumentasjon@khio.no