You can publish your work on our FreiDok plus research information system in just a few clicks. The raw data behind your research can also be published and archived here. This is frequently required for projects that have been financed using public funds.
Your publications will be permanently archived and made accessible here. They will be listed in our catalogues and shared with the global academic community as a bibliographical reference.
Accepted dissertations and habilitation theses as well as all academic works by Freiburg’s academics can be published here.
Please refer to FreiDok plus’ policy for precise details of the publication rules.
Users usually publish their work in PDF, ideally PDF/A, format. The latter has been specifically designed for the archiving and long-term preservation of documents. The PDF files must not have any security or encryption settings so that they can be read for decades to come.
These days, most programs can export files to PDF and almost every application can create PDF files. You can find information on how to create PDF files in the “Publishing in PDF format” online tutorial.
Publishing your work is easy – upload your publication to FreiDok plus via your web browser. During this process, please enter the required description data: title, people and institutions involved, keywords, abstract, etc. The publication agreement will be signed electronically. Your publication will go live after a quick check.
Authors can find further information and tips on electronic publications on FreiDok on the FreiDok plus website.
The German Research Foundation (Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft, DFG) supports the publication of research findings in open access journals within the framework of the “Open-Access Publishing” funding programme.
Information on dishonest publishing methods of pretended academic publishers.