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##OpenAIRE helps you to provide Open Access to your project publications.

### 1. Locate an approprieated repository

As all H2020 beneficiaries are required to deposit and ensure open access. Via the locate repository tool in the OpenAIRE Portal you can find a institutional or thematic repository to deposit your project publications - a machine-readable electronic copy of the published version, or a final peer-reviewed manuscript accepted for publication.

> [www.openaire.eu/participate/deposit-publications-data](www.openaire.eu/participate/deposit-publications-data)

### 2. Deposit in Zenodo

Deposit in ZENODO, an OpenAIRE/CERN repository for all types of scientifc outputs.

>[ www.zenodo.org](http://www.zenodo.org/)

### 3. Link publications to funding information
Claim a publication and link research results.

> [www.openaire.eu/participate/claim](http://www.openaire.eu/participate/claim)

### 4. Discover and reuse
Navigate and find related research entities. OpenAIRE aggregate content from many different validated sources from Europe and beyond. Search for publications and datasets from repositories and OA journals, and find funded projects information and organizations.

> [www.openaire.eu/search/find ](https://www.openaire.eu/search/find)

### 5. Helpdesk
Not sure yet? Just ask a question via OpenAIRE helpdesk service or check out OpenAIRE's most frequent questions.
Have you read our information pack and you are still not sure what to do? OpenAIRE network of OA experts will help you in any of your questions, so do not hesitate to contact us your National Open Access Desk (NOAD).

> Ask a question: [www.openaire.eu/support/helpdesk](www.openaire.eu/support/helpdesk)
> FAQ: [www.openaire.eu/support/faq](www.openaire.eu/support/faq)
> NOAD: [www.openaire.eu/contact-noads](https://www.openaire.eu/contact-noads)

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Authors: Pedro Príncipe (OpenAIRE2020 project)
Publication year: 2015
Language: English (EN)
Level of knowledge: Introductory: no previous knowledge is required
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