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Referent HAL - Benefits for Project Teams

The HAL Referent, is the point of contact of the IES Service, particulary during Annual Report Activity. She or He conveys useful news about HAL among her/his colleagues.

This role also enables to monitor the team’s deposits and ensure the consistency of the information on research works submitted to HAL

More specifically, as a referent, you can:

• Follow the deposits of your team and thus autonomously find, report or complete the metadata of your work on HAL

• Receive alerts whenever a publication is attributed to the team, enabling you to verify the validity of this attribution.

• Add a file or an attachment to a record

• Share ownership of the deposit

• Detect duplicates

Becoming a HAL Referent (Inria)

Several people can be referent for the same team (researchers or administrative staff). To become one, please contact the IES team

For more information, you can also consult the documentation


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Words from the laureates of the Open Science Research Data Prize - Thursday, March 28, 2024, from 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM

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March 12, 2024 from 2:00 PM to 3:30 PM Participation by registration:

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The event is scheduled to take place on February 1st, 2024, starting at 2:00pm at the UNESCO headquarters. This hybrid event allows registrations from the general public for both in-person and online attendance.

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It is aimed at a audience of doctoral students and researchers with the goal of providing support for these new scientific practices

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The user support team at CCSD (Center for Direct Scientific Communication) offers one-hour sessions to learn almost everything about depositing in HAL. This one-hour remote training will help you master the process of depositing scientific publications in HAL. Accompanied by a member of the CCSD support team, you will go through the steps to deposit one of your scientific publications in HAL. IMPORTANT: For this training to be effective, it is recommended to participate with a scientific publication ready to be deposited in HAL. See the accepted document types in HAL: Note: If you are new to HAL, it is advisable to attend the "Getting Started in HAL" training first.

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