Green road to Open Access

Research repositories, also referred to as the green road to open access, are digital environments where research universities can store their research results and make them available to the public. Such repositories are becoming increasingly important as a means of ensuring access to research results, both now and in the future. 

Upload your material produced at TU Delft, be it preprints or post-prints of your articles,  to the institutional repository -  a database that anyone interested can consult on the Internet. If you are not sure if you are allowed to upload the preprints or post-prints of your articles consult the SHERPA/ROMEO website for publishers’ permissions (consult the sites via the LINKS below).

TU Delft is a member institution of ArXiv – an open access e-print service in the fields of physics, mathematics, computer science, quantitative biology, quantitative finance and statistics. 

Research repositories, also referred to as the green road to open access, are digital environments where research universities can store their research results and make them available to the public. Such repositories are becoming increasingly important as a means of ensuring access to research results, both now and in the future. 

Upload your material produced at TU Delft, be it preprints or post-prints of your articles,  to the institutional repository -  a database that anyone interested can consult on the Internet. If you are not sure if you are allowed to upload the preprints or post-prints of your articles consult the SHERPA/ROMEO website for publishers’ permissions (consult the sites via the LINKS below).

TU Delft is a member institution of ArXiv – an open access e-print service in the fields of physics, mathematics, computer science, quantitative biology, quantitative finance and statistics. 

comments powered by Disqus