A period of time defined by the publisher, calculated from the publishing date of the original publication, during which the author has no permission to publish a self-archived open access copy of the publication in question.
Publisher´s embargoes for self-archiving:
Cambridge University Press
Oxford Univeristy Press
Sage in Green Open Access: SAGE´s archiving policy
Taylor & Francis
Wiley choose Author Compliance Tool
The University of Tampere wants to improve the open access and visibility of research publications. The University offers researchers a publication channel for self-archiving and the support needed.
The Rector of the University requires in the Rector’s Decision (11.3.2016) researchers to deposit copies of their research articles in the open institutional repository TamPub if the publisher´s copyright policy allows.
1. Once the article is published, enter its reference data into publication register of the University of Tampere, SoleCRIS.
2. Accept the terms of agreement, in which you affirm that:
3. Visit TamPub website and sign in to TamPub-form with your Basic User Account or send a post print version of your article by email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
4. Library obtains the publisher's permission to self-archive. You can also obtain the publisher's permission by yourself. Information of the self-archiving policies of different publishers and publications can be found in the SHERPA/RoMEO service.
Nowadays the self-archiving policies of most scientific publishers allow articles to be self-archived in the institutional repositories of scientific organizations.
Before signing the publication agreement, make sure that you will retain the right to self-archive your article in the repository of your own institution. This means that when making the agreement, you retain the right to self-archive your article in the institutional repository of the University of Tampere. For this, you can use the model form offered by the University below.
If you did not retain the rights to self-archive before the publishing, you can check the self-archiving policies of well-known, international publishers on the SHERPA/RoMEO website, and find out which version of your article may be published.
If the policy of the journal cannot be found at SHERPA/RoMEO and there is no mention of it in the agreement offered by the publisher or at the publisher's web site, you can request permission to self-archive your article. For this, you can use the model form offered by the University.
|Pre Print||Post-print||Publisher's pdf|
the version of an article before peer review, submitted to the publisher
|the author's final version of an article that has been modified according to the feedback of the peer review, does not have the layout or logos of the publisher||the publisher's final, published, version of an article|
|Some other terms||submitted version, author-submitted article||final draft, accepted author manuscript, accepted article, author's accepted manuscri||
final published article, version of record, publisher PDF, publisher's version, published journal article
These are also publisher's versions of the article before the final publication: Epub, Ahead of Print, Epub ahead of Print, In Press, Corrected Proof, Online First, Forthcoming Article, Offprint
If an article/work has been published earlier, the reference is made to the original publishing context or platform.
If you also want to refer to the version saved in the institutional repository of the University, use the permanent URN-address.
The researchers of the University of Tampere are responsible for saving their publication information to SoleCRIS database where information about scientific and artistic activity of the University of Tampere is collected. The information collected in SoleCRIS is used for internal and external reporting (to the Ministry of Education and Culture and Statistics Finland), funding calculations (Ministry of Education and Culture and the University), research evaluation and dissemination of research results.
The publication data in SoleCRIS is transferred to the national VIRTA-publication database. The information can be openly browsed in JUULI research publication portal.
The University Library takes care of the evaluation of the publication data. In matters concerning the evaluation of the publication data you can contact Tanja Heikkilä (email@example.com).
TamPub is the open institutional repository of the University of Tampere. TamPub includes the theses of the university; dissertations, licentiate theses and master´s theses. TamPub also includes e-publications, serials and self-archived articles of the staff of the University of Tampere. The Open Access books of Tampere University Press will be published on TamPub portal on TUP OA Books collection.The Tampere University Library is responsible for the contents of TamPub.