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Presentation given on 18th of June in Bucharest to the FOSS4G Central and Eastern Europe 2013. Moving forward. Open Data Discussions for an Open Romania. ...

Presentation given on 18th of June in Bucharest to the FOSS4G Central and Eastern Europe 2013. Moving forward. Open Data Discussions for an Open Romania.
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    • European Strategic Pillars forOpen Acces+www.kosson.ro
    • G8 science ministersmeet in LondonMoving forward. Open Data Discussions for an Open Romania, FOSS4G Central and Eastern Europe 2013, National Library of Romania2ii. Open scientific research data should beeasily discoverable, accessible, assessable,intelligible, useable, and wherever possibleinteroperable to specific quality standards.iii. We recognise the potential benefits ofimmediate global access to and unrestricteduse of published peer-reviewed, publiclyfunded research results in line with thenecessity of IP protection.iv. We recognise that there are differentroutes to open access (green, gold and otherinnovative models) which need to beexplored and potentially developed in acomplementary way.
    • ALLEAThe European Federation of National Academies ofSciences and HumanitiesAsocia ia Bibliotecarilor din România, Accesul Deschis i Resursele Digitale, mai, 2013, Bucure ti-Măgurele, IFIN-HHț ș ș3Data are the bedrock on which the scientificedifice is built. More efficient data-More efficient data-sharing and more open accesssharing and more open accessto information and resources will make iteasier for observations to be confirmed,experiments to be replicated, hypothesis to besupported, rejected or refined, and, ultimately,for answers to societal challengers to be given.Publications should be made openly availableonline, as soon and as freely asas soon and as freely aspossiblepossible, as should also educationalresources and software resulting from publiclyfunded research.
    • A story of two models4Under embargoUnder embargoMostlyMostlyIn silos!In silos!Moving forward. Open Data Discussions for an Open Romania, FOSS4G Central and Eastern Europe 2013, National Library of Romania
    • 20065„„It is in all ourIt is in all ourinterests to find ainterests to find amodel formodel forscientificscientificpublication thatpublication thatserves researchserves researchexcellence. Weexcellence. Weare ready to workare ready to workwith readers,with readers,authors, publisherauthors, publisherand fundingand fundingbodies to developbodies to developsuch a model.”such a model.”Moving forward. Open Data Discussions for an Open Romania, FOSS4G Central and Eastern Europe 2013, National Library of Romania
    • 6Screen Shot 2013-05-23 at 12.13.11 AMOpen access canincrease the impactof scientificresearch andinnovation throughimproved access toand rapiddissemination ofresearch results.
    • FP7 Pilot7 Moving forward. Open Data Discussions for an Open Romania, FOSS4G Central and Eastern Europe 2013, National Library of Romania
    • How does the European Commissionsupports OA nowThe pilot, which will run until theend of FP7, covers approximately20 % of the FP7 research budget.Under the Open Access pilot, FP7 grant recipients in seven areas (energy, environment,health, information and communication technologies [only cognitive systems, interaction,and robotics], research infrastructures [only e-infrastructures], science in society, andsocioeconomic sciences and humanities) are expected to:• deposit peer-reviewed research articles or final manuscriptsresulting from their FP7 projects into an online repository;• make their best effort to ensure open access to these articles withineither 6 months (health, energy, environment, information andcommunication technologies, research infrastructures) or 12 months(science in society, socioeconomic sciences and humanities) afterpublication.86 months embargo(CS39)6 months embargo(CS39)12 months12 monthsIn addition to the pilot, FP7 rules of participation alsoallow all projects to have open access fees eligible forreimbursement during the time of the grant agreementMoving forward. Open Data Discussions for an Open Romania, FOSS4G Central and Eastern Europe 2013, National Library of Romania
    • 2009 An ERA based on a shared responsibility between science, policy and societyThe ERAMilestonesWe will know the ERA isa sharedresponsibility in2030 when we see:Moving forward. Open Data Discussions for an Open Romania, FOSS4G Central and Eastern Europe 2013, National Library of Romania9
    • 2010 A Digital Agenda for EuropeKnowledge transfer activitiesshould be managedeffectively33and supportedby suitable financialinstruments34and publiclyfunded research should beshould bewidely disseminated throughwidely disseminated throughOpen Access publication ofOpen Access publication ofscientific data and papersscientific data and papers35Moving forward. Open Data Discussions for an Open Romania, FOSS4G Central and Eastern Europe 2013, National Library of Romania1035To this end the Commission willappropriately extend current OpenAccess publication requirements asstipulated in Commission DecisionC(2008) 4408(more information on this pilot is available athttp://ec.europa.eu/research/science-society/index.cfm?fuseaction=public.topic&id=1680)
    • 2011 Open data: An engine for innovation, growth andtransparent governance COM(2011) 882 finalMoving forward. Open Data Discussions for an Open Romania, FOSS4G Central and Eastern Europe 2013, National Library of Romania115.2. Soft law for open research informationSoft law for open research informationBecause of the specificities of research data, the Commission will set out in detail and in separate documentsits strategy for scientific and research data and associated infrastructures.It intends to adopt in 2012 a Communication and Recommendation on the accessibility and preservation ofscientific information. It will work with Member States to step up their activities to provide open access toscientific information on the basis of a concrete set of measures.In parallel, the Commission will detail how it will deal with the results of research funded by the EuropeanUnion.Open data strategy, key measures
    • 2012 resultsIn May 2011, the Commissionidentified the 811 projectsdesignated at the time and sent aquestionnaire to all project12• less than 50% did not know the possibility• 8 projects out of 194 answers reported theyused it• For 72% of respondents, reimbursement ofGold OA is restricted by the fact that mostpublishing activities occur after the projectend• Almost 70% of respondents think it is betterto use self-archiving to satisfy the OAuse self-archiving to satisfy the OArequirement in FP7Moving forward. Open Data Discussions for an Open Romania, FOSS4G Central and Eastern Europe 2013, National Library of Romania
    • Future consolidation is based on:13 Moving forward. Open Data Discussions for an Open Romania, FOSS4G Central and Eastern Europe 2013, National Library of Romania
    • European Research CouncilThe ERC thereforesupports theprinciple of openaccess to thepublished outputsof research as afundamental part ofits mission.14
    • European Research CouncilEuropean Research Council (2012). Open AccessStatus of Journal Articles from ERC FundedProjects, Brussels.15A list of 630 journal articles reported in 88 mid-termproject reports formed the basis of thisanalysis.The results show that 62 % of journal articlesfrom ERC funded projects are available in open access.The share of articles in open access varies acrossresearch domains. It is close to 70 % in LifeSciences, 65 % in Physical Sciencesand Engineering and nearer 50 % in SocialSciences and HumanitiesMoving forward. Open Data Discussions for an Open Romania, FOSS4G Central and Eastern Europe 2013, National Library of Romania
    • COMMISSION RECOMMENDATION of 17.7.2012 onaccess to and preservation of scientific informationPolicies on open access to scientific researchresults should apply to all research that receivespublic funds.16Open access to scientificresearch data enhances dataquality, reduces the need forduplication of research, speedsup scientific progress and helpsto combat scientific fraud.Moving forward. Open Data Discussions for an Open Romania, FOSS4G Central and Eastern Europe 2013, National Library of Romania
    • Bruxelles, 17.7.2012 C(2012) 4890final17PrivindPrivindaccesul ișaccesul ișprezervareaprezervareainforma ieiținforma ieițtiin ificeș țtiin ificeș țInnovationUnion(COM(2010)546,06.10.2010),http://eur-lex.europa.eu/LexUriServ/LexUriServ.do?uri=CELEX:52010DC0546:EN:NOTA Digital Agenda forEurope (COM(2010)245,19.05.2010),http://eur-lex.europa.eu/LexUriServ/LexUriServ.do?uri=CELEX:52010DC0245(01):EN:NOTMoving forward. Open Data Discussions for an Open Romania, FOSS4G Central and Eastern Europe 2013, National Library of Romania
    • EC response: OpenAIRE+Creating a robust, participatoryservice for the cross-linking ofpeer-reviewed scientificpublications and associateddatasets is the principal goal ofOpenAIREplus18 Moving forward. Open Data Discussions for an Open Romania, FOSS4G Central and Eastern Europe 2013, National Library of Romania
    • Meaning?!The project will establish an e-Infrastructure to harvest, enrich andstore the metadata of Open Accessscientific datasets. Innovativeunderlying technical structures will bedeployed to support the managementof and inter-linking between associatedscientific data.19 Moving forward. Open Data Discussions for an Open Romania, FOSS4G Central and Eastern Europe 2013, National Library of Romania
    • How it is working?Access to and deposit of linked publications viathe OpenAIRE portal are supported by a HelpDesk, and OpenAIREs collaborative networkingstructure will be extended to promote theconcept of open enhanced publications amonguser communities.Liaison offices in each of the projects 31European countries work to support the needs ofresearchers in Europe.20 Moving forward. Open Data Discussions for an Open Romania, FOSS4G Central and Eastern Europe 2013, National Library of Romania
    • Festina lente1. Define clear policies for the dissemination of and open access to scientific publications resulting frompublicly funded research.2. Ensure that research funding institutions responsible for managing public research funding and academicinstitutions receiving public funding implement the policies3. Define clear policies for the dissemination of and open access to research data resulting from publiclyfunded research.4. Reinforce the preservation of scientific information5. Further develop e-infrastructures underpinning the system for disseminating scientific information6. Ensure synergies among national e-infrastructures at European and global level7. Participate in multi-stakeholder dialogues at national, European and/or international level on how tofoster open access to and preservation of scientific information.8. Designate by the end of the year a national point of reference9. Inform the Commission 18 months from the publication of this Recommendation in the Official Journal ofthe European Union, and every two years thereafter, of action taken in response to the different elements ofthis Recommendation, in accordance with formalities to be defined and agreed.21 Moving forward. Open Data Discussions for an Open Romania, FOSS4G Central and Eastern Europe 2013, National Library of Romania
    • A beautiful opportunity!22Zenodo www.zenodo.orgoffers a one-stop-store forresearch output. Createdby OpenAIRE and CERN,and supported by theEuropean Commission,this new-generation onlinerepository offers itsservice from theOpenAIRE pan-Europeaninitiative, which expandsthe linking of researchoutput to datasets andfunding information, inEuropean and nationalcontexts.Moving forward. Open Data Discussions for an Open Romania, FOSS4G Central and Eastern Europe 2013, National Library of Romania
    • All youneed!23
    • Thank you!24www.acces-deschis.ro