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Recording scientific productions

Monday 16 September 2013, by Christian Queinnec

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To record doctoral candidates’ scientific productions is required in order to prepare the regular audits of EDITE by AERES. This article tells you how to record you scientific productions.

In order to keep your investment to a minimum, you must only declare the meta-data of your scientific productions (mostly papers in workshops, conferences, journals, etc.) in HAL, an open archive web site. You may also use TEL for your thesis document. Once declared you get an OAI (Open Archive Identifier) that you have to paste into the EDITE web site.

After that, your scientific productions will appear in HAL, in specialized portals of HAL like the one of UPMC or institutTelecom, on the Web site of EDITE, in an associated RSS feed) and on your personal profile.

So don’t forget to signal your scientific productions as you create them.

How to use HAL

You must first create your account. Use exactly the name known by EDITE! Then you may authenticate and signal the meta-data of your scientific productions.

Pay attention that some publishers are not Open Archive-friendly so you cannot upload your paper, you can only declare the meta-data (which are yours).

OAI look like oai:hal.upmc.fr:hal-12345678 but may also be known as oai:hal.archives-ouvertes.fr:hal-12345678. Quite often, EDITE will understand what hal-12345678 is.

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