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OpenAIRE at UGOE 2010

  1. 1. FP7-Infrastructures EC/ERC Open Access Pilot Dr. Norbert Lossau / Dr. Birgit Schmidt Göttingen, 27. September 2010
  2. 2. Overview Why Open Access for European research results? FP7 Open Access Pilot & ERC Open Access Guidelines How to comply? 2
  3. 3. Overview Why Open Access for European research results? FP7 Open Access Pilot & ERC Open Access Guidelines How to comply? 3
  4. 4. Why Open Access? OA aims to ensure the widest possible dissemination and access to the results of research OA provides free, online access to research literature – at no costs for readers (apart from internet access) – offers a wide range of usage rights: read, download, copy, distribute, print, index etc. – author/s have to be properly acknowledged and cited, copyright remains with the author/s 4
  5. 5. Flavors of Open Access OA Self-Archiving = Deposit of author‘s final manuscripts in digital repositories OA Publishing = Publisher disseminates the work open access immediately and replaces subscription incomes by publication charges (using research grants, institutional funds etc.) Examples: BioMed Central‘s journals, New Journal of Physics, Nucleic Acids Research,… Hybrid OA Publishing = Publisher charges for OA option within its subscription journals Example: Springer‘s Open Choice 5
  6. 6. Benefits for researchers Increased visibility of research output Potentially increased number of citations and impact of publications Faster access, speeding up the research and discovery process Information about usage of papers in the repository Facilitates the creation of bibliographies and publication lists Compliance with funding body OA policies 6
  7. 7. OA Impact Cochrane 2010 http://bit.ly/9egoI97
  8. 8. OA Impact (updated) Cochrane 2010 http://bit.ly/9egoI98 Updated data: Web of Science, September 2010
  9. 9. Repositories > 1.700 institutional & disciplinary repositories worldwide, > 830 in Europe Content types: journal articles, theses & dissertations, reports, conference papers, book chapters, multimedia etc. http://www.opendoar.org/9
  10. 10. OA Availability by Discipline http://www.plosone.org/article/info:doi/10.1371/journal.pone.0011273 10
  11. 11. Citations & University Rankings 11
  12. 12. 12
  13. 13. Overview Why Open Access for European research results? FP7 Open Access Pilot & ERC Open Access Guidelines How to comply? 13
  14. 14. Publishing Workflow http://www.istl.org/10-summer/refereed2.html 14
  15. 15. SC39 Overview Special Clause 39 on Open Access, applies to all contracts signed after August 20, 2008 Pilot based on „Self-Archiving“ / „green“ OA Applies to seven areas of the 7th Framework Programme: – 6 month embargo: “Health”, “Energy”, “Environment”, “Information & Communication Technology” (Cognitive systems/robotics), “Research infrastructures” (e-infrastructures) – 12 month embargo: “Socio-economic Sciences and Humanities” and “Science in Society” http://ec.europa.eu/research/press/2008/pdf/annex_1_ne w_clauses.pdf15
  16. 16. ERC Guidelines for OA ERC awards individual researchers with grants in the FP7 Specific Programme IDEAS. Since December 2007, the ERC requires researchers to deposit all peer-reviewed publications from ERC-funded research projects into an appropriate institutional or disciplinary repository and subsequently make them open access within 6 months of publication. Moreover, researchers are encouraged to deposit primary data into relevant databases (such as DDBJ/EMBL/GenBank) as soon as possible, preferably immediately but not later than 6 months after the date of publication. http://erc.europa.eu/pdf/ScC_Guidelines_Open_Access_revi sed_Dec07_FINAL.pdf 16
  17. 17. Overview Why Open Access for European research results? FP7 Open Access Pilot & ERC Open Access Guidelines How to comply? 17
  18. 18. Publication & Deposit Workflow 18
  19. 19. Where to Deposit? 19 http://goedoc.uni-goettingen.de/goescholar/
  20. 20. Upload of Documents http://goedoc.uni-goettingen.de/goescholar/ 20
  21. 21. Fact Science Import 21 http://goedoc.uni-goettingen.de/goescholar/
  22. 22. Copyright Issues Author (prior to publication): – Use the „Addendum to Publication Agreement“ as provided by the EC Library (after publication): – Repository manager / librarian checks copyright issues – Majority of publishers allow deposit of author‘s manuscript in OA repositories www.sherpa.ac.uk/romeo 22
  23. 23. Publication Agreement http://cordis.europa.eu/fp7/find-doc_en.html23
  24. 24. Acknowledgement of Funding Add an acknowledment of funding to your publication – Financial support by the European Commission (FP7-ICT-2009-1, Grant Agreement no. XXXX) is gratefully acknowledged. – This work has been supported by the EC within the 7th framework programme under grant agreement no. FP7-IST-XXXX. – This work has been supported by the XXXX project, grant agreement number YYYY, funded by the EC Seventh Framework Programme theme FP7-ENERGY-2008-2. – The authors acknowledge the financial support by the European Union FP7-ICT project ZZZZ under contract no. XXXX. 24
  25. 25. Reporting ftp://ftp.cordis.europa.eu/pub/fp7/docs/project_reporting_en.pdf25
  26. 26. Steps for Compliance at UGOE 1. Submit your article to a journal of your choice. – Please use the cover letter and the „Addendum to Publication Agreement“ 2. Add your bibliographic data as usually to the FactScience database (regularly imported to GoeScholar). 3. Deposit your accepted author manuscript (a PDF of your final version as submitted to the publisher after peer review) in GoeScholar. – Login via gwdg-account – Check bibliographic data & upload your document 3. Please inform us by e-mail (oa@sub.uni-goettingen.de) – your Grant Agreement number – the embargo end-date if necessary (6-12 months) 26
  27. 27. Outlook OpenAIRE Launch Event on December 2, 2010, at the University of Ghent – Presentation of the OpenAIRE portal and the implementation of the OA Pilot in European contexts – Invitees  representatives of all European member states and beyond  EC and ERC representatives, including Dr. Neelie Kroes, EC Vice-President Digital Agenda and Máire Geoghegan-Quinn, EC Commissioner for Research, Innovation and Science  representatives of ministries, funding organisations, rectors‘ conferences, academies of sciences, publishers etc.  FP7 project leaders The EC aims to extend the Open Access Pilot to all subject areas and to the forthcoming 8th framework programme. 27
  28. 28. Thank you for you attention! Any questions or comments? GoeScholar Sabine Witt, oa@sub.uni-goettingen.de EU-Hochschulbüro Ricarda Blumentritt Ricarda.Blumentritt@zvw.uni-goettingen.de OpenAIRE, SUB Göttingen Dr. Norbert Lossau, lossau@sub.uni-goettingen.de Dr. Birgit Schmidt, bschmidt@sub.uni-goettingen.de 28
  29. 29. Additional Material 29
  30. 30. Contracts with Special Clause 39 (as of June 2010) 50 ICT 16 Research Infrastructures 108 Health 122 Environment 55 Energy 4 Nanosciences 43 Science in Society 39 Socio-economic Sciences and Humanities >> 437 projects with SC39 >> Expected number of publications? About 2.000 in FP6 30
  31. 31. www.openaire.eu
  32. 32. Objectives 1. Building Support Structures for Researchers in Depositing FP7 Research Publications 2. Establishment and Operation of the OpenAIRE e-Infrastructure 3. Exploration and Experimentation with Scientific Data Management Services 4. Sustainability of the OpenAIRE e-Infrastructure and Support Structures, Exploitation and Promotion OpenAIRE Project Overview32
  33. 33. Liaison Offices OpenAIRE Project Overview33 Region 1 North (DTU) Denmark (Danish Technical University) Finland (University of Helsinki) Sweden (National Library of Sweden) Region 2 South (UMINHO) Cyprus (Universtity of Cyprus) Greece (National Documentation Center) Italy (CASPAR) Malta (Malta Council for Science & Technology) Portugal (University of Minho) Spain (Spanish Foundation for Science & Technology) Region 3 East (eIFL) Bulgaria (Bulgarian Academy of Sciences) Czech Republic (Technical University of Ostrava) Estonia (University of Tartu) Hungary (HUNOR) Latvia (University of Latvia) Lithuania (Kaunas Technical University) Poland (ICM – University of Warsaw) Romania (Kosson) Slovakia (university Library of Bratislava) Slovenia (University of Ljubljana) Region 4 West (UGENT) France (Couperin) Germany (University of Kostanz) Ireland (Trinity College) Netherlands (Utrecht University) UK (SHERPA) Austria (University of Wien) Belgium (Universtiy of Gent)
  34. 34. Special Clause 39 (SC39) OPEN ACCESS (SPECIFIC TO THE THEMATIC AREAS "HEALTH", "ENERGY", "ENVIRONMENT (INCLUDING CLIMATE CHANGE)", "INFORMATION & COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES" (CHALLENGE 2), AND "SOCIOECONOMIC SCIENCES AND THE HUMANITIES", AS WELL AS TO THE ACTIVITIES "RESEARCH INFRASTRUCTURES" (E- INFRASTRUCTURES), AND "SCIENCE IN SOCIETY") In addition to Article II.30.4, beneficiaries shall deposit an electronic copy of the published version or the final manuscript accepted for publication of a scientific publication relating to foreground published before or after the final report in an institutional or subject-based repository at the moment of publication. Beneficiaries are required to make their best efforts to ensure that this electronic copy becomes freely and electronically available to anyone through this repository: • immediately if the scientific publication is published "open access", i.e. if an electronic version is also available free of charge via the publisher, or • within X months of publication. The number X will be 6 months in the thematic areas "Health", "Energy", "Environment (including Climate Change)", Information & communication technologies" (Challenge 2) and the activity "Research infrastructures" (e-infrastructures), months in the thematic area "Socio-economic Sciences and the Humanities" and the activity "Science in Society". 34 http://ec.europa.eu/research/press/2008/pdf/annex_1_new_clauses.pdf

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