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1. Am I allowed to publish my article on my institution’s document server, a subject-based document server or my homepage if the article has already been published in a journal?

2. Am I allowed to publish contributions on my institution’s document server, a subject-based document server or my homepage if they have been published in a collective work (e.g. a Festschrift)?

3. Am I allowed to publish contributions on my institution’s document server, a subject-based document server or my homepage if they have been published in a newspaper?

4. What legal aspects should be taken into account for the open-access own-archiving of monographs already published?

5. How can I publish my dissertation under open access?

6. In the case of an article with a number of authors, is it sufficient if one of them consents to publication on a document server?

7. Can works offered by the publisher on the Internet without restrictions be deposited publicly in a repository?

8. If a work belongs to the publisher in copyright terms, can the author deposit it publicly in a slightly modified form in a repository?

9. An article in a journal or a collective volume contains images the rights to which are held not by the publisher but instead by a collecting society such as Pro Litteris. What must the author do if he wishes to publish the article in a repository?

10. Is the author entitled to deposit his works in a repository in blocked form, making them accessible to outsiders by replying to each request for a copy and sending the work individually?



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