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OpenAIRE presentation at Norwegian Research Council information event, Tromso, May 8th, 2012.

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Presentation of OA in FP7 and OpenAIRE at the Norwegian Research Council information event on the final call in FP7, in Tromsø May 8th 2012.

Presentation of OA in FP7 and OpenAIRE at the Norwegian Research Council information event on the final call in FP7, in Tromsø May 8th 2012.

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  • 1. EU og Open Access FP7-Infrastructures Tromsø 8. mai 2012 Jan Erik Frantsvåg, Open Access-rådgiver Universitetsbiblioteket i Tromsø og OpenAIRE
  • 2. 8. mai 20122 EU og Open Access As all research and innovation builds on earlier achievements, an efficient system for broad dissemination of and access to research publications and raw data can accelerate scientific progress. This in turn is essential for Europe's ability to innovate, to enhance its economic performance and improve its capacity to compete through knowledge on a global scale. Open access can boost the visibility of European research, give researchers access to a wider body of research literature that can be built upon for future developments, and offer small and medium sized enterprises access to the latest quality research for exploitation which will speed up commercialisation and innovation. Developing nations and institutions who cannot afford costly journal subscriptions can use open access to provide equal learning opportunities to their researchers, thereby increasing the possibility for new scientific discoveries. By helping researchers to disseminate their research results to the broadest possible audience, open access generates a broader scientific debate and can trigger the interest of the wider public and of industry. This can in turn open new avenues to the commercialisation of research results, especially for taking them beyond national borders.
  • 3. 8. mai 20123 FP7 Open Access Pilot EU-kommisjonen lanserte open access piloten i august 2008 innenfor sju tematiske forskningsområder og vil videreføre den ut hele FP7: – Energy – Environment (including Climate Change) – Health – Information and Communication Technologies (Cognitive Systems, Interaction, Robotics) – Research Infrastructures (e- infrastructures) – Science in society – Socio-economic sciences and the humanities Dekker omkring 20 % av midlene i FP7 «Special clause 39» om Open Access i prosjektkontraktene 3
  • 4. Hvorfor en OA Pilot i FP7? Gjennom FP7 investerer kommisjonen, mellom 2007 og 2013, over 50 milliarder EUR i forskning og forventer å få maksimal avkastning på denne investeringen. Open access-piloten vil teste ut det å gi open access til forskningspublikasjoner som springer ut av EU- finansiert forskning, som en mulig modell med bredere anvendelse i neste forskningsprogram, og også i medlemsstatene. 8. mai 20124
  • 5. 8. mai 20125 Special Clause 39 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 *…+ 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 [X1] months of publication.
  • 6. 8. mai 20126 ”Best effort” “Best effort” formulation strongly encourages researchers and publishers to comply while guaranteeing scientific and academic freedom Details to researchers on how to fulfill ‘best effort’ to be provided in FP7 IPR Guidelines Making "best efforts": – Seeking information on publishing models and copyright/licensing policies of the journal(s) to which authors plan to submit *…+ – If publishers' policies do not allow compliance with grant agreement, authors should negotiate an amendment or request an authorisation to self-archive within the specific embargo period – If negotiations are unsuccessful, researchers should consider submitting to another journal – If they cannot comply with special clause, beneficiaries should inform the Commission and provide publisher’s letter of refusal
  • 7. 8. mai 20127 Kontraktene Many publishers require authors to sign an agreement by which authors transfer their copyrights to publishers and thereby exclude publication elsewhere. This type of agreement may also limit authors' rights to deposit articles into openly accessible repositories (open archives) upon publication. The obligations defined in the EC grant agreement are not affected by any subsequent publication (or other) agreement *…+. It is the participants' responsibility to ensure that any subsequent agreement they might enter into with a publisher does not conflict with the EC grant agreement provisions
  • 8. Derfor: Publiseringsstrategi Et prosjekt trenger en publiseringsstrategi for å sikre at man overholder kontrakten Open Access-publisering – Bak kostnadene inn i budsjettet – Allowable cost – Vi kan hjelpe med oversikter over OA-tidsskrifter som er godkjent på nivå 1 eller 2 Tradisjonell publisering – Avklar egenarkiveringspolicyer før innsending Bruk eget vitenarkiv (via CRIStin) for egenarkivering – Selv om du publiserer i OA-tidsskrift 8. mai 20128
  • 9. 8. mai 20129 OpenAIRE-prosjektet OpenAIRE = Open Access Infrastructure for Research in Europe Mål: – Å skape en infrastruktur som gjør det mulig for  forskerne å oppfulle sine OA-forpliktelser  EU å overvåke hvordan forskerne oppfyller sine forpliktelser – Å skape en informasjonsinfrastruktur til hjelp for forskerne i deres arbeid med å oppfylle sine forpliktelser
  • 10. 8. mai 201210 Mer informasjon Prosjektside http://www.openaire.eu/ Norsk NOAD (National Open Access Desk) – e-post openaire@list.uit.no – telefon  Jan Erik Frantsvåg (+47) 77 64 49 50  Emma Skåden (+47) 77 64 49 02 Munin-konferansen – om Open Access – 22. og 23. november – http://www.ub.uit.no/MC7

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