Self-archiving, or saving the full text of a publication in the university's repository for public access, is an excellent way to open up publications originally published behind paywalls. It also increases the visibility of the publication and ensures its long-term accessibility. Self-archiving is also financially beneficial. Peer-reviewed, scientific publications receive a funding incentive factor of 1.2 from the Ministry of Education and Culture if they are published Open Access or self-archived. But what does the library staff do in self-archiving publications?