Theseus includes theses, publications and self-archived articles of Finnish Unversities of Applied Sciences (UAS). Theseus is an open repository maintained by UAS libraries, where articles can be found easily and long-term preservation is guaranteed. Theseus meets research funders' requirements for open access publishing.
The Rectors’ Conference of Finnish Universities of Applied Sciences Arene issued an Open Access Statement in October 2009. After 1 January 2010, the Universities of Applied Sciences (UAS) will require all teachers and researchers who work at the UAS universities to save a copy of their research articles published in scientific publications, or a university publication series, in the open electronic library Theseus. The statement recommends the use of those publication channels that follow an open publication policy. It is also recommended for copies of articles published before 2010 to be self-archived.
Peer-reviewed publications of Haaga-Helia personnel are self-archived on Theseus by Haaga-Helia library.
When your article has been published, report it on JUSTUS service. Attach a final draft or otherwise final version of the article to JUSTUS as well.
The final peer reviewed version without publishers layout is often called Final draft, Post-print or Accepted Author Manuscript (AAM), and publishers usually make this version available to the authors in the publication process.
Take care of the following before you send the article:
Library will take care of the following:
- Self-archiving enhances the visibility research publications and increases the amount of citations
- Researcher can link publications to his/her website or share them on social media
- It is easy to share links with students and students have easy access to the publications
- Self-archiving ensures long-term storage of the publication
N.B.! Self-archiving an article on Theseus doesn't affect copyright. Copyright remains with the author, it is not transferred to the repository.
On SHERPA/RoMEO you can check scientific journals' and publishers' copyright policies and approach to self-archiving. Search by publisher or journal name or ISSN of the journal. Publishers' and magazines' position on self-archiving is shown with colour codes
ROMEO colour - Archiving policy
green - can archive pre-print and post-print or publisher's version/PDF
blue - can archive post-print (i.e. final draft post-refereeing) or publisher's version/PDF
yellow - can archive pre-print (i.e. pre-refereeing)
white - archiving not formally supported