Submission of publication information and self-archiving
With the same form you also submit publication information to Oulun yliopisto tutkii database (SoleCris).
An article published in a scientific journal (publisher's version or so-called final draft version) is also published in an open access repository, thus making it freely available online to all.
The most important research funders in Finland require (European Commission, Academy of Finland, Tekes) open access publishing in the projects they fund. Check the latest policy from the webpage of the funding body.
Self-archiving an article in the University of Oulu's institutional repository does not impact the ownership of the copyright. The copyright is not transferred to the repository but remains with the author and/or the original publisher.
Nearly nine million downloads : year 2017 user statistic of the university’s open access repository Jultika (available on at the UOulu intranet)
Disseminating self-archived articles : year 2017 user statistics for the university’s open access repository Jultika (available on at the UOulu intranet)
You can view theself-archiving policies of journals and publishers in the services below. If you cannot find the required information, it is advisable to visit the journal's or publisher's website or contact them.
Co-authors of an article
It is advisable that the authors agree on self-archiving their article in the open access repository of the University of Oulu already at the writing stage.
Material under copyright of a third party
An article may also include material that is under copyright of a third party, for example as illustrations and graphics. The author must obtain permission to publish such material online.
Permission from the journal and/or publisher who have published the article earlier
Oulu University Library will check the self-archiving permissions given by journals and publishers and record the articles in accordance with the permit conditions to Jultika repository.