Hal-Lille3 is the open archive of the University of Lille 3 for Humanities within the national open-access repository Hal (Hyper Article on Line), which aim is to deposit and read research and academic publications (journal articles, book chapters, PhD theses, conference papers…). The purposes of Hal-Lille3 are:

  • to provide a wider and international audience to Lille 3 researchers’ publications and works,
  • to increase the value of scholarly content of the University and its Departments,
  • to ensure the efficient permanent-durability of academic content,
  • to offer a range of services for researchers (for instance: managing lists of publications),
  • to fulfill the requirements of the European Commission and to fit in the European funded project Horizon 2020.
 For contributors
  • Register and log in your account in Hal-Lille3 (“Deposit”)
  • The uploading of all items must be previously authorized by each co-author and respect the editors’ agreements
  • Hal moderators are authorized to refuse content and to reject any publication submitted which does not match the repository policy
  • The storage is permanent and files cannot be removed after uploading. Nevertheless successive versions of any document may be uploaded.
 For readers
  • The open-access policy guarantees the authors’ intellectual property rights. Each source or item used for quote and citation has to mention properly its authors.
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We provide guidance and skills as needed:

  • to help you depositing your academic works and publications,
  • to report about Hal-Lille3 in your Research Departments,
  • to answer all your questions about open-access policy and program.

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Videos ETD 2016 - Data And Dissertations  (8/25/16)  
Here is the link to the videos taken during the 19th International Symposium on Electronic Theses and Dissertations, 11-13 Jul 2016, Lille (France)

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