Turkey: Ata Turkfidani, Aynur Moral, Gultekin Gurdal
Structure of each report
Juliet, Roarmap, Melibea
Fig. 3. Directories
9% of world total.
Italy, France and Spain at the top (90% of the titles).
39% (on average).
Turkey, at the top (75%).
10% (on average).
Turkey (31% of titles), Portugal (24%), at the top.
3.1 Journals (ii)
5% in JCR, 15% in Scopus (important differences between countries).
France, at the top.
S ignificant presence of their own languages in journals.
France, Italy, Spain and Portugal (over 75% of titles).
Predominance of publications in Social Sciences and the Humanities.
Low proportion of commercial publishers.
223 in DOAR and 225 in ROAR.
10 % of the world total.
Spain at the top (30%).
Centralised: France, Portugal.
Harvesters in each country
Pleiadi, HAL, Recolecta, RCAAP, Greek digital libraries, MITOS.
Fig. 4. Harvesters
In general, “bottom-up” actions.
Italy: all universities have signed.
Turkey: no institutions have signed.
Univ. Minho, the oldest mandate (2005).
Universities: Spain at the top.
Spanish Law Science and Technology (approved 12/05/2011).
Spanish Law of Science, Technology and Innovation
Research personnel whose research activity is financed mainly by national public funding will make available a digital version of the final version of the contents that have been accepted for publication in scholarly journals, as soon as possible, but in no case longer than 12 months after the official date of publication.
The electronic version is to be made available in open access repositories recognised by the subject field in which the research was carried out or in OA institutional repositories.
The digital version made available publicly can be used by the Public Administration in its evaluation processes.
The Ministry of Science and Innovation will facilitate centralized access to repositories and connection to similar national and international initiatives.
3.4 Alhambra Declaration - Lines
Implementing policies for fostering Open Access to scientific information.
Enhancing advocacy initiatives to promote Open Access among researchers, policy makers, etc.
Building sustainable alternative business models for publishing.
Assuring quality of Open Access publications.
3.4 Alhambra Declaration – Action plan
Disseminate the “Alhambra Declaration”.
Publish the national reports in a single document with recommendations.
Translate the “Alhambra declaration” and the seminar document.
Task force and national plans
Creating national task forces for Open Access (based on seminar national delegations and including representatives of all the agents).
International coordination of the national task forces in harmony with related European projects.
Creating national plans and road maps for the next three years.
There is a space for working on OA at the supranational level.
Select best practices of each country and try to apply them to the rest.
Continuation in an European funded project.
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