Submitting publications to your institutional repository (green Open Access) is a two-step
1. The researcher uploads the document in CRIStin
It is recommended that a post print version (final draft after peer review) of the scientific article is uploaded, since this is what most publishers permit. If the publisher allows archiving of the publisher's final pdf, this version is preferred.
2. The repository ensures publisher compliance.
The institutional repository is responsible for ensuring compliance with Copyright and publisher licences, and will ensure that nothing is made publicly available that is in violation of publisher requirements or embargo periods.
It is recommended that you make yourself acquainted with your institutional Open Access policy and guidelines, since these vary between institutions.
Please contact your CRIStin super user if you have any questions regarding this process.
You must upload your scientific journal articles to CRIStin.
If you need help, contact your CRIStin Super user.
Login happens through OsloMet Feide.
You may upload to the following categories:
When registering a project from Horizon Europe, Euratom, the Research Council of Norway, etc. remember to include the:
All documents must be submitted as PDF files.
We accept documents from 2003 onwards.
You must specify which version of the article you will upload:
We usually get permission to publish the postprint version. Feel free to upload both the postprint and the publisher's PDF.
Preprint: submitted script from the author (not to be used).
Postprint: accepted peer-reviewed version including he most resent corrections, often with the tables at the end.
Publisher's original version: published version with publisher's layout.
The university library at OsloMet contacts the publisher to check whether the document may be published.
The duration of this process varies from a few days to several weeks depending on the publisher.