Why archiving in HAL?

Enhance the visibility of your research through our institutional Open Access repository.
"HAL in vector" by abelmon007. CC-BY (Allusion au super-ordinateur HAL du film de Stanley Kubrick 2001, L'Odyssée de l'espace)

What is an insitutional open access repository?

An institutional open access repository is a free online archive established to provide open access to the institution's research output.

HAL is an inter-institutional open access repository, operated by the CCSD, a joint unit led by the National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS), the National Institute for computer science (Inria), the National Institute of Agricultural Research (INRAE) and the University of Lyon.

Since 2011, University of Rennes 1 manages its own institutional open access repository known as HAL-Rennes 1.


Why archiving in HAL?

Archiving in HAL is an opportunity to enhance the visibility and impact of your research.

Find out more:

  • 7 good reasons for archiving your research in HAL
  • 9 misconceptions on open access repositories

Thank you very much for letting me discover this. I took a look and found my article is very nicely displayed in HAL which is a very appropriate initiative" - D. G, Professor at the Université de Versailles (UVSQ) and the Université de Paris-Saclay, and director of the Medical Genetics Department at the Raymond Poincaré Hospital.