Open Access Week | Dag van het onderzoek

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Open Access Week | Dag van het onderzoek

  1. 1. OA@OUpicture by Tom Raftery http://www.flickr.com/photos/traftery/4773457853/sizes/lRobert Schuwer (LOOK)Hendrik Drachsler (CELSTEC) 1
  2. 2. Agenda• Introduction in Open Access (Robert) • What is it? • Green road vs. Gold road • Initiatives • Open licenses • Challenges• Technology (Hendrik) • Open Access projects • Open Data • Science 2.0 • Policies and guidelines• OU Policy for Open Science ?!
  3. 3. What is Open Access?• For research literature: – free availability on the public internet, • read, download, copy, distribute, print, search, or link to the full texts of these articles, • crawl them for indexing, • pass them as data to software, or • use them for any other lawful purpose, – without barriers • financial, legal, or technical – constraint • give authors control over the integrity of their work and • the right to be properly acknowledged and cited.
  4. 4. Open Access Publishing4
  5. 5. History5
  6. 6. History6
  7. 7. Berlin Declaration (2003)• Verklaring• adviseert onderzoekers hun materiaal te publiceren in open access, zodat de resultaten kosteloos toegankelijk worden gemaakt voor het publiek.• Ondertekend door KNAW, NWO en alle Nederlandse universiteiten http://www.flickr.com/photos/strangerheremyself/4040764526/
  8. 8. Initiatives in NL8
  9. 9. International initiatives9
  10. 10. Licenses• Creative Commons license structure – Informs user what is allowed under what conditions – License text “for dummies” – License text for legal experts
  11. 11. Challenges• Impact factor• Quality control• Findability• Financial Photo by WalkingGeek @ Flickr
  12. 12. CELSTEC projects on Open Access dataTEL
  13. 13. Open Science Open Innovation Open Data Open Access
  14. 14. Open access to data in NL Should we store our research data also somewhere?! Where and how?15
  15. 15. Open access to dataOpen Data - overheidsdata 16
  16. 16. Sharing policy guidelinesA brief guide on data licenses developed by SURF and the Centre forIntellectual Property Law (CIER), 2009 available atwww.surffoundation.nl 17
  17. 17. Open Data = New insightsReinhardt, W., Meier, C., Drachsler, H., & Sloep, P. B. (2011). Analyzing 5 years of EC-TELproceedings. In C. D. Kloos, D. Gillet, R. M. Crespo García, F. Wild, & M. Wolpers(Eds.), Towards Ubiquitous Learning: 6th European Conference of Technology EnhancedLearning, EC-TEL 2011 (pp. 531-536). September, 20-23, 2011, Palermo, Italy. LNCS 6964;Heidelberg, Berlin: Springer. 17 18
  18. 18. Science 2.0 For more details: Analysis of mLearn 2002 -201219 http://www.slideshare.net/wolfgang.reinhardt/analysis-of-mlearn-20022012
  19. 19. Science 2.0There is a lot to argue about this numbers! But can we just ignore them?20
  20. 20. Science 2.0 Tools21
  21. 21. OU Policy for Open Science 1. Guidelines 2. Policies 3. Infrastructure 4. Presentation of output OUNL SIG Open Access hdr / rse @ou.nl22
  22. 22. Information portals23

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