NTNU demands Open Access
All NTNU publications must be archived in NTNU Open to ensure open access, as stated in the Action Plan for Open Access.
Cristin = Open Access
All publications that are uploaded to Cristin will be accessible in NTNU Open and thus comply to the open access requirements.
Financing of Open Access
See what agreements for Open Access publishing at NTNU cover. Apply for funding from NTNUs publishing fund for Open Access.
The publishing process
Choose where you want to publish
In order to make your publications more available to all, you should:
Overview of all open access journals
Check the journal's standing in the Database for Statistics on Higher Education (DBH)
Check the quality of different journals
Agreements for publishing Open Access
- NTNU has made agreements with publishers for publishing Open Access. Read more about what the agreements cover.
Publishing fund for Open Access
- Apply for funding from NTNUs publishing fund for Open Access.
Note: This does not apply to researchers from the Faculty of Information Technology and Electrical Engineering (IE) or from the Faculty of Natural Sciences (NV). How to apply for Open Access publishing at IE.
Self-archiving in NTNU Open
- NTNU employees must self-archive their scientific, electronic documents. Guidance on how to self-archive in Cristin (in Norwegian).
- NTNU Open is automatically linked to Cristin, so all you need to do is to upload a full text version of the document to Cristin (Norwegian)
Archive your doctoral thesis in full text version
The University Library will make sure
- Your publication is automatically transferred to NTNU Open
- The correct version is archived
- The publisher's embargo is kept
Dissemination of research
Why publish with Open Access?
- Your research becomes available for researchers and institutions that normally can’t afford to keep increasingly expensive journal subscriptions.
- Because your research is more available and more visible than it would be in a subscription journal, it can make a larger impact in the academic environment. Open Access publications also tend to have more citations than publications in non-OA journals.
- Your research is made available to the public and can influence the public discussion.
- The institutions that provide funding for the research demand that the research is given Open Access. EU, ERC and The Research Council of Norway demand that their funded publications are made Open Access.