NTNU´s institutional repository, DiVA
DiVA is NTNU's institutional archive, created in 2007 and aims to create a digital collection of the academic material that has been written by NTNU researchers.
- All employees are encouraged to post their post print version of refereed articles, conference papers and technical reports in DiVA.
- All doctoral dissertations must be archived electronically. It is possible, however, to opt out of the open publication of the dissertation.
- All master's students must archive their master's theses electronically. It is possible, however, to opt out of the open publication of the thesis.
Submitting documents to DiVA
NTNU employees can self-archive their electronic academic documents via Cristin. After your have registered information about the academic publication in Cristin, you may also choose to submit a full text version of the document. Nearly all academic journals will allow the self-archiving of post print articles. Read more about self-archiving at NTNU.