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    • Open Access in Belgium an overview
    • Open Access Belgium• UGent & ULg• We’re looking for input! Contact us if you want to make a contribution.• www.openaccess.be• @openaccess_be• info@openaccess.be Open Access to Excellence in Research, Brussels, 22/10/2012
    • Open Access to Excellence in Research, Brussels, 22/10/2012
    • COAR• Birgit Schmidt, Göttingen University (UGOE), Germany• www.coar-repositories.orgThe Confederation of Open Access Repositories is a young, fast growingassociation of repository initiatives and networks, uniting andrepresenting more than 90 institutions worldwide (Europe, Asia, LatinAmerica, Northern America). COAR’s mission is to facilitate greatervisibility and application of research through a global network of OpenAccess repositories, based on interoperability and internationalcooperation. Through its member institutions, COAR is workingtowards the development of a global Open Access repositorycommunity of practice from across institutions, countries, regions anddisciplines. Our vision is a global knowledge infrastructure ofnetworking Open Access repositories. Open Access to Excellence in Research, Brussels, 22/10/2012
    • COAR - Towards GlobalNetworks of Open Access RepositoriesDr. Birgit Schmidt, Goettingen State and University Library Brussels, 22 October 2012 “Open Access to Excellence in Research” 5
    • Who we areThe Confederation of Open AccessRepositories is a young, fast growingassociation of repository initiatives andnetworks, uniting and representingmore than 90 institutions worldwide(Europe, Asia, Latin America, NorthernAmerica)Most recent new members (August2012):• La Referencia, 9 institutions in LatinAmerica• Vilnius University, Lithuania• Izmir Institute of Technology, Turkey http://www.coar-repositories.org/ 6
    • Our vision To be the leading, independent, worldwide organisation of open access repository communitiesOur mission • To facilitate greater visibility and application of public funded research outputs • To promote and support a global network of Open Access repositories 7
    • COAR Strategic directions 2012-2015COAR strategy will focus on Community, Leadership andSupport at an international scope1. To promote the development of a global, sustainable network of open accessrepositories as key element of the evolving international scientific informationinfrastructure, including social sciences and humanities, in support of excellence inresearch and education2. To provide support for the OA repository community from institutions, countries, regionsand disciplines, through international cooperation and information sharing3. To define and promote interoperability, standards, and infrastructure policies4. To stimulate the development and take-up of user added-value services on top of therepositories 8
    • Benefits for COAR members• Significant cost and time savings, as the premium access to practitioners in their field reduces staff effort at institutional, national and regional level• Participation in the COAR Annual Meeting and regional workshops/seminars, internationally and in your region; target group-specific, intense and fruitful exchange of experiences from around the world• Individual Helpdesk/Mentoring Services (planned) – e.g. You want to install a repository system or a new service (e.g. statistics)? We mediate you to practitioners who will support you.• Support for regions and of COAR meetings• COAR Studies, Roadmaps, etc. to inform and influence the development of research infrastructures 9
    • If you are engaged in the development of repositories, theirnetworks and want to exploit their full potential as researchinfrastructure…we will be delighted to welcome you as a new COARmember! Contact: office@coar-repositories.org 10
    • ULB Open Access Collections• Françoise Vandooren, Archives & Libraries Head Office, Université libre de Bruxelles• Francoise.Vandooren@ulb.ac.be• www.bib.ulb.ac.beThe Archives & Libraries of Université libre de Bruxelles are providingopen access to digital collections such as the Digithèque, collections ofdigitized books and articles, including recent books published byEditions de l’Université de Bruxelles which are out of print ; DI-fusion,the institutional repository; collections of digital images used asteaching and learning support. We have recently agreed on apartnership with OpenEdition to develop digital publishing technicalexpertise in the Libraries in order to support open access journalpublishing in the university. Open Access to Excellence in Research, Brussels, 22/10/2012
    • Open Access Collections @ULB Françoise Vandooren Archives & Libraries Université Libre de Bruxelles
    • Digitized books and articles
    • Digithèque:7 collections of digitized books and articles http://digitheque.ulb.ac.be
    • Quality rather than Quantity...ca. 160 000 pages http://digitheque.ulb.ac.be
    • Thematic collections University cultural heritage ULB HISTORY Free Thinkingca. 5400 pages http://digitheque.ulb.ac.be
    • Thematic collections Work of famous professors who taught at ULBH. Pirenne H. Laurent P. Gilbert ca. 10 200 pages http://digitheque.ulb.ac.be
    • Thematic collectionsBooks published by Editions de l’Université de BruxellesProblèmes dhistoire du ChristianismeProblèmes dhistoire des religionsEtudes sur le 18e siècleSextant ca. 38 000 pages http://digitheque.ulb.ac.be
    • Thematic collectionsBelgian literary journals from early 20th century ca. 45 000 pages http://digitheque.ulb.ac.be
    • TOTAL > 260 000 pages http://digitheque.ulb.ac.be
    • Institutional Repository
    • http://difusion.academiewb.be
    • Academic bibliography Added value functionalitieshttp://difusion.academiewb.be
    • Open Access to full textDocument Type Metadata License Validation Full Text Link to Sherpa/Romeo and help on copyright issues http://difusion.academiewb.be
    • Editions de l’Université de Bruxelles : Green Publisher http://difusion.academiewb.be
    • Image Collections
    • Digital Image Collections ULB HISTORY30 collections10 000 images http://icono.ulb.ac.be
    • Towards Electronic Journal Publishing Support
    • Partnership with OpenEdition
    • www.bib.ulb.ac.be
    • Libre accès à l’information scientifique. Pourquoi? Comment? TABLE RONDE OPEN ACCESS Foyer culturel Solbosch - ULB Jeudi 25 octobre 12h – 14h
    • Creating support for OA, a grassroots approach• Hannelore Vanhaverbeke (KUL)• hannelore.vanhaverbeke@doc.kuleuven.beThe University of Leuven actively promotes Open Accessamongst its researchers. Full texts can easily be deposited inthe university’s institutional repository and researchers canopt for public access to their articles. Instead of relyingexclusively on a top-down approach, the support of OA-enthusiasts of different backgrounds and stages in their careeris harnessed to spread the message on the work floor. Thisinitiative is still in its infancy, but we hope to have given a startto a “grass roots” movement strengthening support for OpenAccess.” Open Access to Excellence in Research, Brussels, 22/10/2012
    • Creating Support for Open AccessA Grass Roots Approach at theUniversity of Leuven Hannelore Vanhaverbeke Research Coordination Office University of Leuven
    • Open Access at Leuven University• No OA/full text upload mandate• Policy: Green Road (through repository ‘Lirias’) stimulated – for post-prints (post-review) – for international journal articles • PhDs: obligatory archiving since 2006
    • Open Access at Leuven University• uploading of a variety of formats possible• different degrees of accessibility – public (= OA) – private – intranet - embargo• direct link to SherpaRoMEO based on journal ISSN• tracking paper impact : integrated Google Analytics (nr and origin of views & downloads)• OA helpdesk• information sessions
    • Open Access at Leuven University• ca. 278.500 entries in the repository – largest OA repository in Belgium, 15th worldwide (http://roar.eprints.org/) – 31.000 entries with at least 1 upload (mainly text pdf) • = 11% – of which 17.300 OA • = 6% of all entries • 56% of all entries with uploads
    • Open Access at Leuven UniversityNot mandated entries with uploads 11% Private 9% EmbargoIntranet OA 35% 56% entries without uploads 89%
    • Open Access at Leuven University• Since Febryary 2012 – Data on uploads and OA tracked – Increase in nr of entries with uploaded files (text) – Decrease in nr of OA uploads – => message of provide your entries with full texts well received – But: people seem to be hesitant to provide OA
    • Open Access at Leuven University• Unnecessary hesitation for OA! – just provide the correct paper version
    • Open Access at Leuven University• On the one hand – a small group of researchers uploading full texts, data files etc. – with a clear predilection for OA• On the other hand – centrally promoted OA, no mandate
    • Open Access at Leuven University – a small group of researchers uploading full texts, data files etc. – with a clear predilection for OA• => local support engaged: OA ambassadors (“Grassroots” approach) – = volunteers, researchers (pre- & post PhD, professors) OA enthousiasts, locally promoting OA in their faculties/departments, geared towards specific publication behaviour and ‘anxieties’ in their field
    • Open Access Ambassadors• Interviews & editorials – Campuskrant – Newsletter RCO• Local information sessions• Local debate fora• Local contact person for OA questions
    • Open Access Ambassadors
    • Monitoring OA, a Pilot Study in Belgium and the EU• Paola Di Maio (ISTCS.org)• paola.dimaio@gmail.com• istcs.orgThe Open Access Monitor (OAM) methodology was developedto enable the remote auditing of open access resources, and astudy was carried out in the UK, showing that over 50% ofpublicly funded research projects do not produce knowledgeresources that can be found via searches on the openweb. This talks introduces the methodology, the outcomes ofthe study and outlines a pilot for a comparative study forBelgium and across the EU. Open Access to Excellence in Research, Brussels, 22/10/2012
    • OPEN ACCESS MONITORING IN BELGIUM AND EUDr. Paola Di Maio, ISTCS.orgBruxelles 22 October 2012Openaccess.be
    • video commentary of these slides, run while looking at the slideshttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3G_lIkK U05A
    • OVERVIEWIntro, BackgroundResearch QuestionsChallengesMethodologyStudyResultsPiloting in Belgium and EuropeContacts
    • INTRO, BACKGROUNDResearch emanates from recently completed PhD work (2009-2012)An independent research institute (ISTCS.org) was formed in 2009 to serve as umbrella organisation to develop the outcomes of the research furtherThe institute is a virtual global multilingual entity with multilingual physical presence through partner networks
    • PROBLEMI set off to carry out research with funding from an EPSRC project (NECTISE), however I was unable to determine the state of the art because I could not access research outcomes, the few papers that I could access did not have the information/data I expected to containVarious issues and questions surfaced, in this talk I only cover one, in the following slide.
    • RESEARCH QUESTION andCHALLENGES1) Why, despite the existence of open access policies, many research outcomes generated with public funding are not accessible as shared knowledge resources? 2) How many actual open access resources (papers and other knowledge outcomes) are produced per funded project?(some of the) CHALLENGES• Few studies available, very few datasets about OA• No method to quantify/track open access outputs• Specialised, skill intensive task, and not enough human resources available to track/monitor
    • METHODOverall study of a complex socio technical problem space adopted EBR (Evidence Based Research) and MMR (Mixed Method Research)Method developed is called OAM (Open Access Monitor), consisting of a process, a set of templates to enable anyone to monitor the adoption of open access policies
    • STUDYThe first study was carried out over 100 EPSRC funded projectsin the UK, in a specific domain(systemsengineering research).
    • EXTENDING THE STUDYTWO DIRECTIONS:EXTEND TO OTHER DOMAINS (In part already done in the UK, where smaller studies were carried out in neighbouring disciplines)EXTEND TO OTHER COUNTRIES (the purpose of this talk)
    • PILOTING IN BELGIUM AND EUDOa EU wide study, starting with Belgium, then extend to other countries:- locate a suitable set of publicly funded portfolios (looking for a similar number, approx 100)- carry out OAM audits- Ccmpare qualitatively and quantitatively the outcomes and draw conclusionschallenge: language (english only)
    • FUTURE STEPS AND PARTNERSSETTING UP A NON FOR PROFIT ORGANISATIONAL ENTITY OF SORTSFIND PARTNERS TO FORM A EU WIDE CONSORTIUM?LOOK FOR SUITABLE RESEARCH FUNDING AND/OR AN ECONOMIC MODEL FOR THE WORKRelated work presented at Digital Research Oxford 2012Monitoring Open Access as a Web Service(links to a poster)
    • CONNECT and COLLABORATEThank you, if interested to work together on this please lets talk!!Best regardsPaola.dimaio(*&@*7%g/m/a/i/l)
    • OA journals, between access and visibility• Margaux Hardy (ULB)• mhardy@ulb.ac.be“I would like to put into perspective the politicalclaim for taxpayer access to publicly fundedresearch with the scientific need for visibility” Open Access to Excellence in Research, Brussels, 22/10/2012
    • OA and Open Data initiatives at the RMCA• Boris Jacob (Royal Museum for Central Africa)• boris.jacob@africamuseum.be• http://www.africamuseum.be• @africamuseumbeThe Museum aspires to be a world centre of research andknowledge dissemination on past and present societiesand natural environments of Africa, and in particularCentral Africa. The talk will give an overview of the OpenAccess and Open Data activitites we take part in, giveexamples of our content, and elaborate on the nationaland international collaborations. Open Access to Excellence in Research, Brussels, 22/10/2012
    • Dspace in Belgium and beyond• Bram Luyten (@mire)• bram@atmire.com• www.atmire.comWith over 1300 installations world wide, DSpace has come along way since the Open Source software was originallydesigned by HP and MIT in 2002. Bram Luyten will presentBelgian institutions relying on DSpace to enable Green OpenAccess policies, as well as broader international examples.Newcomers to the topic will learn the different uses of DSpace,while more experienced participants receive a high leveloverview of recent evolutions and anticipated new features. Open Access to Excellence in Research, Brussels, 22/10/2012
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    • Open Access to Excellence in Research, Brussels, 22/10/2012
    • Open Access to Excellence in Research, Brussels, 22/10/2012
    • Open Access to Excellence in Research, Brussels, 22/10/2012
    • Open Access to Excellence in Research, Brussels, 22/10/2012
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    • Open Access to Excellence in Research, Brussels, 22/10/2012
    • Open Access to Excellence in Research, Brussels, 22/10/2012
    • OA in Historical Demography. Opportunities and challenges• Paul Puschmann (KUL)• Paul.Puschmann@soc.kuleuven.beThe European Historical Population Samples Network(EHPS) is trying to launch an open access journal inhistorical demography. On the one hand, this talk will giveinsight into the opportunities Open Access offers for thisspecific branch of research in terms of free access to data,scripts and research results. On the other hand, some ofthe practical obstacles on the road to open access will beelucidated on the basis of personal experiences. Open Access to Excellence in Research, Brussels, 22/10/2012
    • Open Access in Historical Demography - Presentation at the Open Access Week - Brussels, Paleis der Academiën 22 October 2012 Paul Puschmann & Koen Matthijs Family and Population Studies (FaPOS) KU Leuven, Belgium
    • Personal Background• Ph.D. Student in Historical Demography• External Specialist of the European Historical Population Samples Network (EHPS) o Involved in the establishment of an Open Access Journal in Historical Demography• Open Access Ambassador at KU Leuven o Promoting Green Route of Open Access at the Faculty of Social Sciences Open Access to Excellence in Research, Brussels, 22/10/2012
    • New Opportunities• Making research results, extraction programs, scripts, documentation, etc. freely available for everybody o Increases visibility and citation chances. o Enlarges transparency of research and makes results better verifiable. o Decreases inequality in access to research results around the world. o Decreases dependency of scholars of commercial publishing houses. Open Access to Excellence in Research, Brussels, 22/10/2012
    • Getting Established is not Easy Some of the Challenges and Questions o Getting an overview of costs involved in the establishment and functioning of the journal. o Raising durable funding for the journal. o Who takes up the work publishing houses previously took care of, e.g. lay-out, language check, proof reading, etc.? o Finding people willing to publish in a newly established Journal of which the future is uncertain. Open Access to Excellence in Research, Brussels, 22/10/2012
    • Risks in the Transition to Open Access• Moving from restricted access to journal publications to restricted possibilities to publish. o reader-paid model is more and more replaced by an author-paid model• Longevity of journals might decrease, as funding might become less sustainable.• New peer-reviewed journals might be harder to establish, because of the costs involved. A trend away from peer- reviewed (and away from quality control) might be the outcome. Open Access to Excellence in Research, Brussels, 22/10/2012
    • What is Necessary?• More financial and practical support from universities and funding agencies, like FWO and ESF.• More guidance regarding the different pathways to establish and maintain Open Access journals in practice.• More institutional promotion, also financially, of Open Access.• More collaboration between initiators and editors of different Open Access Journals. Open Access to Excellence in Research, Brussels, 22/10/2012
    • Using the institutional repository to enhance OA to KCE reports• Patrice Chalon (KCE)• Patrice.Chalon@kce.fgov.be Open Access to Excellence in Research, Brussels, 22/10/2012
    • Open Access @ KCEOpen Access week, 2012-10-22 Patrice CHALON
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    • http://www.flickr.com/photos/eric-delcroix/2686802385/ Visibility Impact Access Conclusion Weak Best Impact Journal 1 Good Good (OA after 3 years) No open access Good Good Impact Journal 2 Middle Good (OAJ) Open access Middle Good impact (pre-print ok, Journal 3 Good Good post print after 12 months) Self archiving Weak Journal 4 Good Middle (post print after 24 months) Weak Journal 5 Good Middle (no statement) Good A bet for the Journal 5 Middle Weak (OAJ) future? 83
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    • http://www.slideshare.net/pchalon This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 2.0 Belgium License.86
    • OpenAIRE – Open Access infrastructure for Research in Europe• Inge Van Nieuwerburgh (UGent)• Inge.vannieuwerburgh@ugent.be• Gwen Franck (UGent)• Gwen.franck@ugent.be Open Access to Excellence in Research, Brussels, 22/10/2012
    • OpenAIRE and OpenAIRE plus Inge Van Nieuwerburgh Gwen Franck Ghent University
    • OpenAIRE Open Access to Excellence in Research, Brussels, 22/10/2012
    • EC Open Access policies Support needed to enable projects / researchers to comply => OpenAIRE Open Access Infrastructure for Research in Europe http://www.openaire.eu Open Access to Excellence in Research, Brussels, 22/10/2012
    • Main Goals Deliver “an electronic infrastructure and supporting mechanisms for the identification, deposition, access, and monitoring of FP7 and ERC funded articles” Helpdesk Additionally, offer “a special repository for articles that Orphan can be stored neither in institutional nor in subject- based/thematic repositories”. repository All deposited articles will be visible and freely OpenAIRE accessible worldwide through a new portal to the products of EU-funded research, built as part of this project. portal Open Access to Excellence in Research, Brussels, 22/10/2012
    • GuidelinesGuidesStatisticsProject information Open Access to Excellence in Research, Brussels, 22/10/2012
    • Open Access to Excellence in Research, Brussels, 22/10/2012
    • Open Access to Excellence in Research, Brussels, 22/10/2012
    • OpenAIREplus Open Access to Excellence in Research, Brussels, 22/10/2012
    • 41 partnersNetworking Partner Technical production & operation CERN CNR-ISTI-IT ICM NKUA UniBIE Communities – EBI – biology – DANS – social sciences – STFC/BADC – climate Open Access to Excellence in Research, Brussels, 22/10/2012
    • The role of OpenAIREplusBuild a participatory OA infrastructure forscientific informationUse OpenAIRE‘s publication architecture to link todata setsCover the entire scientific production of ERAMobilising the pan-European network of NOADs Open Access to Excellence in Research, Brussels, 22/10/2012
    • The ProjectBased on the OpenAIRE infrastructureConcept of Linked PublicationsAnd their associated dataHarvest metadata of scientific datasetsExpand publication base to include DRIVERpublications Open Access to Excellence in Research, Brussels, 22/10/2012
    • Thank you! www.openaire.eu OpenAIRE Belgium: Gwen Franck: Gwen.Franck@UGent.be Inge Van Nieuwerburgh: Inge.VanNieuwerburgh@UGent.beOpen Access to Excellence in Research, Brussels, 22/10/2012