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puce orange HAL-PASTEUR is the institutional archive of the Institut Pasteur, portal of the french national archive HAL.
The Institut Pasteur International Network (33 institutions throughout the world) use the portal HAL-RIIP to submit their publications.
puce jaune Why to archive : Institut Pasteur self-archiving policy
  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)

This policy is registered in ROARMAP Registry of Open Access Repository Mandates and Policies

flecheInfographics about the benefits of open access
puce jaune When ?
  When the article is accepted for publication, or at the latest when it is being published in the journal.

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.
puce jaune 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 (the fastest is to import the data by giving the Pubmed ID)
 4. Enter the authors’ affiliations

The final screen summarizes the information provided.

The deposit is checked by the CeRIS library's Hal team, in particular when it comes to the rights of authors on their files and their affiliations to a lab and and institution.
puce jaune Which version should be submitted?
  puce If you have published in Open Access with a Creative Commons license: you should submit the PDF file as published on the publisher's website
  puce If you have not published in Open Access: you should submit the peer-reviewed author’s manuscript, accepted for publication (postprint). It is the same as the article but without the publisher's layout.
  To know publishers’ policies, see Sherpa/Romeo website. If you are allowed to post your post-print, you will see the following item:
puce jaune Open Access and H2020
  Publications whose research has been funded by the European Union within H2020 program, must be deposited in open archives (such as Hal-Pasteur) and provided free and open access.

flechemore information about OpenAire ; on ROARMAP
puce jaune What if a publisher does not allow postprint submissions to open archives?
  puce Preferably before publication, you can add a clause to your contract. It may also be added afterward.
  puce You may use the Scholar's Addendum Engine Science Commons. Just click on "(get started)": 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 person you adress your contract to.
  puce For other templates, see the Couperin for Open Access in France website
puce jaune Bill "for a digital republic" - Article 17
  The article 17 of this bill, that should be definitely adopted next September, gives researchers the right to freely use and deposit in open archives their post-print articles, whatever the publisher's policy is and even if they have transfered their exclusive copyright to a publisher. A 6 month embargo can be applied to the file.
puce jaune Resources
  puce CeRIS-library learning material to deposit in Hal-Riip [in English]
  puce CeRIS-library learning material to deposit in Hal-Pasteur [in French]
  puce Déposer dans Hal : mode d'emploi [=How to deposit in Hal] guide on the blog of the French Centre for Direct Scientific Communication (CCSD) [in French]
  puce Hal Documentation on the CCSD website [in English]
  puce For any question :


Updated: July 26, 2016


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