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  • 1. Nicolaie Constantinescu, kosson@gmail.comNational Open Access Desk, RomâniaDirector, SPARC EuropeAccesul Deschis în Europamodel practic OpenAIRE+www.kosson.ro
  • 2. Povestea celor 2 modeleAsociația Bibliotecarilor din România, Accesul Deschis și Resursele Digitale, mai, 2013, București-Măgurele, IFIN-HH2„Ce-i al meu epus deoparte îndepozitulelectronic alinstituției sau alserviciului”:CITITORULPLĂTEȘTE
  • 3. 2006Asociația Bibliotecarilor din România, Accesul Deschis și Resursele Digitale, mai, 2013, București-Măgurele, IFIN-HH3Comisarul Europeanpentru Știință și CercetareJanez Potočnik„Este în interesulnostru al tuturorsă găsim unmodel pentrupublicațiileștiințifice careservescexcelenței încercetare.Suntem gata sălucrăm cu cititorii,autorii, editurile șiorganismele definanțare pentru adezvolta un astfelde model.”
  • 4. Asociația Bibliotecarilor din România, Accesul Deschis și Resursele Digitale, mai, 2013, București-Măgurele, IFIN-HH4Screen Shot 2013-05-23 at 12.13.11 AM
  • 5. FP7 PilotAsociația Bibliotecarilor din România, Accesul Deschis și Resursele Digitale, mai, 2013, București-Măgurele, IFIN-HH5
  • 6. How does the EuropeanCommission supports 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.Asociația Bibliotecarilor din România, Accesul Deschis și Resursele Digitale, mai, 2013, București-Măgurele, IFIN-HH6In addition to the pilot, FP7 rules of participation alsoallow all projects to have open access fees eligible forreimbursement during the time of the grant agreement
  • 7. 2012 resultsIn May 2011, the Commissionidentified the 811 projectsdesignated at the time and sent aquestionnaire to all projectAsociația Bibliotecarilor din România, Accesul Deschis și Resursele Digitale, mai, 2013, București-Măgurele, IFIN-HH7• 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 OArequirement in FP7
  • 8. Future consolidation is based on:ConclusionsThe dissemination of research results in FP7,including self-archiving and costs related to openaccess, is often an underestimated aspect. However,it requires specific measures and sustainedinvestment. Despite its recognised benefits, theimplementation of open access remains a challenge.Open access also raises technical questions and legalissues, linked in particular to how researchersexercise their copyright. Further difficulties are thelack of awareness of researchers and of concretesupport for them to practice open access.Asociația Bibliotecarilor din România, Accesul Deschis și Resursele Digitale, mai, 2013, București-Măgurele, IFIN-HH8
  • 9. European Research CouncilThe ERC thereforesupports theprinciple of openaccess to thepublished outputsof research as afundamental part ofits mission.9
  • 10. European Research CouncilEuropean Research Council (2012). Open AccessStatus of Journal Articles from ERC FundedProjects, Brussels.Asociația Bibliotecarilor din România, Accesul Deschis și Resursele Digitale, mai, 2013, București-Măgurele, IFIN-HH10A 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 Humanities
  • 11. COMMISSION RECOMMENDATION of17.7.2012 on access to and preservation ofscientific informationPolicies on open access to scientific researchresults should apply to all research that receivespublic funds.Asociația Bibliotecarilor din România, Accesul Deschis și Resursele Digitale, mai, 2013, București-Măgurele, IFIN-HH11Open access to scientificresearch data enhances dataquality, reduces the need forduplication of research, speedsup scientific progress and helpsto combat scientific fraud.
  • 12. One response: OpenAIRE+Creating a robust, participatoryservice for the cross-linking ofpeer-reviewed scientificpublications and associateddatasets is the principal goal ofOpenAIREplusAsociația Bibliotecarilor din România, Accesul Deschis și Resursele Digitale, mai, 2013, București-Măgurele, IFIN-HH12
  • 13. A quick glanceThis large-scale project brings together 41 pan-European partners, including three cross-disciplinary research communities.The project will capitalise on the successfulefforts of the OpenAIRE project which is rapidlymoving from implementing the EU Open AccessPilot project into a service phase, enablingresearchers to deposit their FP7 and ERA fundedresearch publications into Open AccessrepositoriesAsociația Bibliotecarilor din România, Accesul Deschis și Resursele Digitale, mai, 2013, București-Măgurele, IFIN-HH13
  • 14. OpenAIREplus: publications+datainfrastructure+servicesAsociația Bibliotecarilor din România, Accesul Deschis și Resursele Digitale, mai, 2013, București-Măgurele, IFIN-HH14
  • 15. 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.Asociația Bibliotecarilor din România, Accesul Deschis și Resursele Digitale, mai, 2013, București-Măgurele, IFIN-HH15
  • 16. 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.Asociația Bibliotecarilor din România, Accesul Deschis și Resursele Digitale, mai, 2013, București-Măgurele, IFIN-HH16
  • 17. InfrastructureAsociația Bibliotecarilor din România, Accesul Deschis și Resursele Digitale, mai, 2013, București-Măgurele, IFIN-HH17
  • 18. Bruxelles, 17.7.2012 C(2012)4890 finalAsociația Bibliotecarilor din România, Accesul Deschis și Resursele Digitale, mai, 2013, București-Măgurele, IFIN-HH18Privindaccesul șiprezervareainformațieiștiințifice“[…] publicly funded research should bewidely disseminated through OpenAccess publication of scientific dataand papers” Vice-President of the EuropeanCommission responsabil pentru AgendaDigitalăComisar European penruCercetare, Inovare și Științăto make open access to publications thegeneral principle for projects fundedby the EU research FrameworkProgrammesInnovationUnion(COM(2010)546, 06.10.2010),http://eur-lex.europa.eu/LexUriServ/LexUriServ.do?uri=CELEX:52010DC0546:EN:NOTA Digital Agenda for Europe(COM(2010)245, 19.05.2010),http://eur-lex.europa.eu/LexUriServ/LexUriServ.do?uri=CELEX:52010DC0245(01):EN:NOT
  • 19. 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 andacademic institutions 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 Journalof the European Union, and every two years thereafter, of action taken in response to the differentelements of this Recommendation, in accordance with formalities to be defined and agreed.Asociația Bibliotecarilor din România, Accesul Deschis și Resursele Digitale, mai, 2013, București-Măgurele, IFIN-HH19
  • 20. O surpriză plăcută…Asociația Bibliotecarilor din România, Accesul Deschis și Resursele Digitale, mai, 2013, București-Măgurele, IFIN-HH20Zenodo 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.
  • 21. Ce oferă?21
  • 22. Pași către o politică naționalăAsociația Bibliotecarilor din România, Accesul Deschis și Resursele Digitale, mai, 2013, București-Măgurele, IFIN-HH22
  • 23. Un punct de referințăAsociația Bibliotecarilor din România, Accesul Deschis și Resursele Digitale, mai, 2013, București-Măgurele, IFIN-HH23www.acces-deschis.ro
  • 24. Mulțumesc!Asociația Bibliotecarilor din România, Accesul Deschis și Resursele Digitale, mai, 2013, București-Măgurele, IFIN-HH24