These pages contain information on publishing SLU texts in Epsilon – the SLU archive for theses, student work and other materials - as well as links to the SLU publication database and information on Open Access and bibliometrics.
All dissertations and student projects at SLU are published electronically in the SLU electronic publishing archive Epsilon. As a researcher at SLU you are also welcome to publish your other publications (reports, articles, fact sheets etc) in the Epsilon Open Archive.
Search the Epsilon databases here.
SLU publication database
SLUpub is the university's publication database, a system for creating full bibliographic coverage of all SLU publications. SLUpub is also a tool for following up performance within units and faculties as well as for the university as a whole.
Open Access means making scientific texts freely available online, for instance in the Epsilon archives. Since 2008, the SLU has an Open Access policy where the vice-chancellor asks SLU scientists to make their publications available as Open Access. Learn more using the links to the left.
Bibliometrics is an information science utilizing a set of methods such as citation analysis to study scientific publication patterns and impact.