When free access is not open access

You have downloaded your article from the website of the journal and you think that, since it is available free, you can deposit this published version in HAL. Well, sometimes it is true but …. sometimes it is not. Does the mention “Open Access” or...

This is the end for Héloïse

The informations about the self-archiving policies of French scholarly journals are now available only on the Sherpa/Romeo and Mir@bel websites:  the Héloïse service is now closed The landscape of open access and open science has dramatically changed since 2011, when...