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Open Access in Romania... a few details on the matter. Minsk UNESCO Regional Consultations, 2012, National Library of Belarus.

Open Access in Romania... a few details on the matter. Minsk UNESCO Regional Consultations, 2012, National Library of Belarus.

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  • Unfortunately, increasing performance means raising he number of ISI indexed publications among other goals, but we have to take into account that by the time of drafting this Strategy, ISI rating was the norm of getting international visibility and acknowledgment.\nWith regard to ~Increasing the institutional capacity~ there is a point where Open Access would’ve have found a good field: ~Reinforcement of the role of science in society through science communication, promotion of ethics and equal opportunities in the field of research, development of interfaces dedicated to science-society dialogue~.\nOn chapter 7, ~Implementation of the Strategy~, one of the major principles of the RDI governance is TRANSPARENCY meaning ~public access to information on the policies, instruments and results obtained~\n
  • Unfortunately, increasing performance means raising he number of ISI indexed publications among other goals, but we have to take into account that by the time of drafting this Strategy, ISI rating was the norm of getting international visibility and acknowledgment.\nWith regard to ~Increasing the institutional capacity~ there is a point where Open Access would’ve have found a good field: ~Reinforcement of the role of science in society through science communication, promotion of ethics and equal opportunities in the field of research, development of interfaces dedicated to science-society dialogue~.\nOn chapter 7, ~Implementation of the Strategy~, one of the major principles of the RDI governance is TRANSPARENCY meaning ~public access to information on the policies, instruments and results obtained~\n
  • Unfortunately, increasing performance means raising he number of ISI indexed publications among other goals, but we have to take into account that by the time of drafting this Strategy, ISI rating was the norm of getting international visibility and acknowledgment.\nWith regard to ~Increasing the institutional capacity~ there is a point where Open Access would’ve have found a good field: ~Reinforcement of the role of science in society through science communication, promotion of ethics and equal opportunities in the field of research, development of interfaces dedicated to science-society dialogue~.\nOn chapter 7, ~Implementation of the Strategy~, one of the major principles of the RDI governance is TRANSPARENCY meaning ~public access to information on the policies, instruments and results obtained~\n
  • Unfortunately, increasing performance means raising he number of ISI indexed publications among other goals, but we have to take into account that by the time of drafting this Strategy, ISI rating was the norm of getting international visibility and acknowledgment.\nWith regard to ~Increasing the institutional capacity~ there is a point where Open Access would’ve have found a good field: ~Reinforcement of the role of science in society through science communication, promotion of ethics and equal opportunities in the field of research, development of interfaces dedicated to science-society dialogue~.\nOn chapter 7, ~Implementation of the Strategy~, one of the major principles of the RDI governance is TRANSPARENCY meaning ~public access to information on the policies, instruments and results obtained~\n
  • Unfortunately, increasing performance means raising he number of ISI indexed publications among other goals, but we have to take into account that by the time of drafting this Strategy, ISI rating was the norm of getting international visibility and acknowledgment.\nWith regard to ~Increasing the institutional capacity~ there is a point where Open Access would’ve have found a good field: ~Reinforcement of the role of science in society through science communication, promotion of ethics and equal opportunities in the field of research, development of interfaces dedicated to science-society dialogue~.\nOn chapter 7, ~Implementation of the Strategy~, one of the major principles of the RDI governance is TRANSPARENCY meaning ~public access to information on the policies, instruments and results obtained~\n
  • Unfortunately, increasing performance means raising he number of ISI indexed publications among other goals, but we have to take into account that by the time of drafting this Strategy, ISI rating was the norm of getting international visibility and acknowledgment.\nWith regard to ~Increasing the institutional capacity~ there is a point where Open Access would’ve have found a good field: ~Reinforcement of the role of science in society through science communication, promotion of ethics and equal opportunities in the field of research, development of interfaces dedicated to science-society dialogue~.\nOn chapter 7, ~Implementation of the Strategy~, one of the major principles of the RDI governance is TRANSPARENCY meaning ~public access to information on the policies, instruments and results obtained~\n
  • Unfortunately, increasing performance means raising he number of ISI indexed publications among other goals, but we have to take into account that by the time of drafting this Strategy, ISI rating was the norm of getting international visibility and acknowledgment.\nWith regard to ~Increasing the institutional capacity~ there is a point where Open Access would’ve have found a good field: ~Reinforcement of the role of science in society through science communication, promotion of ethics and equal opportunities in the field of research, development of interfaces dedicated to science-society dialogue~.\nOn chapter 7, ~Implementation of the Strategy~, one of the major principles of the RDI governance is TRANSPARENCY meaning ~public access to information on the policies, instruments and results obtained~\n
  • Unfortunately, increasing performance means raising he number of ISI indexed publications among other goals, but we have to take into account that by the time of drafting this Strategy, ISI rating was the norm of getting international visibility and acknowledgment.\nWith regard to ~Increasing the institutional capacity~ there is a point where Open Access would’ve have found a good field: ~Reinforcement of the role of science in society through science communication, promotion of ethics and equal opportunities in the field of research, development of interfaces dedicated to science-society dialogue~.\nOn chapter 7, ~Implementation of the Strategy~, one of the major principles of the RDI governance is TRANSPARENCY meaning ~public access to information on the policies, instruments and results obtained~\n
  • Unfortunately, increasing performance means raising he number of ISI indexed publications among other goals, but we have to take into account that by the time of drafting this Strategy, ISI rating was the norm of getting international visibility and acknowledgment.\nWith regard to ~Increasing the institutional capacity~ there is a point where Open Access would’ve have found a good field: ~Reinforcement of the role of science in society through science communication, promotion of ethics and equal opportunities in the field of research, development of interfaces dedicated to science-society dialogue~.\nOn chapter 7, ~Implementation of the Strategy~, one of the major principles of the RDI governance is TRANSPARENCY meaning ~public access to information on the policies, instruments and results obtained~\n
  • Unfortunately, increasing performance means raising he number of ISI indexed publications among other goals, but we have to take into account that by the time of drafting this Strategy, ISI rating was the norm of getting international visibility and acknowledgment.\nWith regard to ~Increasing the institutional capacity~ there is a point where Open Access would’ve have found a good field: ~Reinforcement of the role of science in society through science communication, promotion of ethics and equal opportunities in the field of research, development of interfaces dedicated to science-society dialogue~.\nOn chapter 7, ~Implementation of the Strategy~, one of the major principles of the RDI governance is TRANSPARENCY meaning ~public access to information on the policies, instruments and results obtained~\n
  • Unfortunately, increasing performance means raising he number of ISI indexed publications among other goals, but we have to take into account that by the time of drafting this Strategy, ISI rating was the norm of getting international visibility and acknowledgment.\nWith regard to ~Increasing the institutional capacity~ there is a point where Open Access would’ve have found a good field: ~Reinforcement of the role of science in society through science communication, promotion of ethics and equal opportunities in the field of research, development of interfaces dedicated to science-society dialogue~.\nOn chapter 7, ~Implementation of the Strategy~, one of the major principles of the RDI governance is TRANSPARENCY meaning ~public access to information on the policies, instruments and results obtained~\n
  • Unfortunately, increasing performance means raising he number of ISI indexed publications among other goals, but we have to take into account that by the time of drafting this Strategy, ISI rating was the norm of getting international visibility and acknowledgment.\nWith regard to ~Increasing the institutional capacity~ there is a point where Open Access would’ve have found a good field: ~Reinforcement of the role of science in society through science communication, promotion of ethics and equal opportunities in the field of research, development of interfaces dedicated to science-society dialogue~.\nOn chapter 7, ~Implementation of the Strategy~, one of the major principles of the RDI governance is TRANSPARENCY meaning ~public access to information on the policies, instruments and results obtained~\n
  • Unfortunately, increasing performance means raising he number of ISI indexed publications among other goals, but we have to take into account that by the time of drafting this Strategy, ISI rating was the norm of getting international visibility and acknowledgment.\nWith regard to ~Increasing the institutional capacity~ there is a point where Open Access would’ve have found a good field: ~Reinforcement of the role of science in society through science communication, promotion of ethics and equal opportunities in the field of research, development of interfaces dedicated to science-society dialogue~.\nOn chapter 7, ~Implementation of the Strategy~, one of the major principles of the RDI governance is TRANSPARENCY meaning ~public access to information on the policies, instruments and results obtained~\n
  • Unfortunately, increasing performance means raising he number of ISI indexed publications among other goals, but we have to take into account that by the time of drafting this Strategy, ISI rating was the norm of getting international visibility and acknowledgment.\nWith regard to ~Increasing the institutional capacity~ there is a point where Open Access would’ve have found a good field: ~Reinforcement of the role of science in society through science communication, promotion of ethics and equal opportunities in the field of research, development of interfaces dedicated to science-society dialogue~.\nOn chapter 7, ~Implementation of the Strategy~, one of the major principles of the RDI governance is TRANSPARENCY meaning ~public access to information on the policies, instruments and results obtained~\n
  • Unfortunately, increasing performance means raising he number of ISI indexed publications among other goals, but we have to take into account that by the time of drafting this Strategy, ISI rating was the norm of getting international visibility and acknowledgment.\nWith regard to ~Increasing the institutional capacity~ there is a point where Open Access would’ve have found a good field: ~Reinforcement of the role of science in society through science communication, promotion of ethics and equal opportunities in the field of research, development of interfaces dedicated to science-society dialogue~.\nOn chapter 7, ~Implementation of the Strategy~, one of the major principles of the RDI governance is TRANSPARENCY meaning ~public access to information on the policies, instruments and results obtained~\n
  • Unfortunately, increasing performance means raising he number of ISI indexed publications among other goals, but we have to take into account that by the time of drafting this Strategy, ISI rating was the norm of getting international visibility and acknowledgment.\nWith regard to ~Increasing the institutional capacity~ there is a point where Open Access would’ve have found a good field: ~Reinforcement of the role of science in society through science communication, promotion of ethics and equal opportunities in the field of research, development of interfaces dedicated to science-society dialogue~.\nOn chapter 7, ~Implementation of the Strategy~, one of the major principles of the RDI governance is TRANSPARENCY meaning ~public access to information on the policies, instruments and results obtained~\n
  • Unfortunately, increasing performance means raising he number of ISI indexed publications among other goals, but we have to take into account that by the time of drafting this Strategy, ISI rating was the norm of getting international visibility and acknowledgment.\nWith regard to ~Increasing the institutional capacity~ there is a point where Open Access would’ve have found a good field: ~Reinforcement of the role of science in society through science communication, promotion of ethics and equal opportunities in the field of research, development of interfaces dedicated to science-society dialogue~.\nOn chapter 7, ~Implementation of the Strategy~, one of the major principles of the RDI governance is TRANSPARENCY meaning ~public access to information on the policies, instruments and results obtained~\n
  • Unfortunately, increasing performance means raising he number of ISI indexed publications among other goals, but we have to take into account that by the time of drafting this Strategy, ISI rating was the norm of getting international visibility and acknowledgment.\nWith regard to ~Increasing the institutional capacity~ there is a point where Open Access would’ve have found a good field: ~Reinforcement of the role of science in society through science communication, promotion of ethics and equal opportunities in the field of research, development of interfaces dedicated to science-society dialogue~.\nOn chapter 7, ~Implementation of the Strategy~, one of the major principles of the RDI governance is TRANSPARENCY meaning ~public access to information on the policies, instruments and results obtained~\n
  • Unfortunately, increasing performance means raising he number of ISI indexed publications among other goals, but we have to take into account that by the time of drafting this Strategy, ISI rating was the norm of getting international visibility and acknowledgment.\nWith regard to ~Increasing the institutional capacity~ there is a point where Open Access would’ve have found a good field: ~Reinforcement of the role of science in society through science communication, promotion of ethics and equal opportunities in the field of research, development of interfaces dedicated to science-society dialogue~.\nOn chapter 7, ~Implementation of the Strategy~, one of the major principles of the RDI governance is TRANSPARENCY meaning ~public access to information on the policies, instruments and results obtained~\n
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    • 1. kosson.ro НАЦЫЯНАЛЬНАЯ БIБЛIЯТЭКА БЕЛАРУСI , Белару́сь September 2012 Opening RO Regional Consultation on “Open Access to Scientific Information and Research – Concept and
    • 2. kosson.ro НАЦЫЯНАЛЬНАЯ БIБЛIЯТЭКА БЕЛАРУСI , Белару́сь September 2012 Opening RO Regional Consultation on “Open Access to Scientific Information and Research – Concept and
    • 3. Research in RO kosson.roRegional Consultation on“Open Access to Scientific Information andResearch НАЦЫЯНАЛЬНАЯ БIБЛIЯТЭКА БЕЛАРУСI
    • 4. Research in RO kosson.roThe first strategic objective:1. Knowledge creation,i.e. getting high level scientific and technological results,competitive on the global arena,targeting the increase of the contribution of the Romanian RDIsystem to the development of the global knowledge stock,the increased international visibility and the transfer of the results inthe economy and society. National Council for Scientific Research National Authority for Scientific Research Evaluates scientific publications provides leadership for starting May 2011 HEIs, research and innovation Role of coordination for various programs implemented through the National Strategy National Council for Research interface with research community in Higher Education in HEIs Executive Unit for Financing Higher Education, Research, Development and Innovation Ministry of Education, Research, Youth and Sports Regional Consultation on “Open Access to Scientific Information and Research НАЦЫЯНАЛЬНАЯ БIБЛIЯТЭКА БЕЛАРУСI
    • 5. Scientific production kosson.roRegional Consultation on“Open Access to Scientific Information andResearch НАЦЫЯНАЛЬНАЯ БIБЛIЯТЭКА БЕЛАРУСI
    • 6. Scientific production kosson.ro Cat. A 58 388 Cat. B+ ISI indexed 13 234 indexed internationaly Romanian30 Cat. B Scientific 7 with potential Journals clear Open Access policy Cat. C National importance http://cachescan.bcub.ro:8080/jspui/ IRCULB - the Institutional Repository of "Carol I" Central University Library of Bucharest www.lib.ugal.ro/arthra ARTHRA, hosted by “Dunarea de Jos” University Library of Galați http://dspace.bcucluj.ro/ Digital Library, hosted by “Lucian Blaga” Central University Library of Cluj-Napoca Regional Consultation on “Open Access to Scientific Information and Research НАЦЫЯНАЛЬНАЯ БIБЛIЯТЭКА БЕЛАРУСI
    • 7. Key players kosson.roRegional Consultation on“Open Access to Scientific Information andResearch НАЦЫЯНАЛЬНАЯ БIБЛIЯТЭКА БЕЛАРУСI
    • 8. Key players kosson.ro Kosson Romanian National Association Community Library of Public Librarieshttp://www.kosson.ro/acces-deschis Association and Librarians Brasov Public Sibiu Public Cluj Public Association for Library Library Library Technology and Internet Regional Consultation on “Open Access to Scientific Information and Research НАЦЫЯНАЛЬНАЯ БIБЛIЯТЭКА БЕЛАРУСI
    • 9. Open Science for 21st centuryA declaration of ALL European Academiespresented at a special session with Mme Neelie Kroes,Vice-President of the European Commission, and Commissioner incharge of the Digital Agenda on occasion of the ALLEA General Assembly held at Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei, Rome, on11-12 April 2012 Data are the bedrock on which the scientific edifice is built. More efficient data-sharing and more open access to information and resources will make it easier for observations to be confirmed, experiments to be replicated, hypothesis to be supported, rejected or refined, and, ultimately, for answers to societal challengers to be given.
    • 10. KOSSON - OA kosson.ro http://www.kosson.ro/acces-deschis Members of Kosson Community are the main promoters for Open Access in Romania id : gh rov s - ari i p chi oc ti ș es adv tion cy ita l D oca and nsla tun esu or Acc tra Continuous op 2006 2008 2009 2010 2012 advocacy De dape gnsOAI-PMH Open Access Disc Bu on si rat st ion launched acces-deschis.ro BBB sstranslation cl a Ko Regional Consultation on “Open Access to Scientific Information and Research НАЦЫЯНАЛЬНАЯ БIБЛIЯТЭКА БЕЛАРУСI
    • 11. kosson.ro Barriers• Lack of (trustful) infrastructure• Non existing open culture due to scarcity• No incentives with regard to governmental policies (at times, ISI biased) Desired developments • Dedicated national information point (coming soon) • Establishment of a national infrastructure • Open Access integrated in the next National Research Strategy Regional Consultation on “Open Access to Scientific Information and Research НАЦЫЯНАЛЬНАЯ БIБЛIЯТЭКА БЕЛАРУСI
    • 12. kosson.ro Advance of OA in region: Establishment of a true “Marshall Plan” for building acollaborative and mutual support network in the East.Shifting the view from seeing funding agencies as passive stakeholders and influence research agendasDevelop a regional strategy aimed towards funding common efforts on medium term Establish a summer school for re-skilling having recognized value on career path Regional Consultation on “Open Access to Scientific Information and Research НАЦЫЯНАЛЬНАЯ БIБЛIЯТЭКА БЕЛАРУСI
    • 13. kosson.ro Дзякую вам ! Thank you!Regional Consultation on“Open Access to Scientific Information andResearch НАЦЫЯНАЛЬНАЯ БIБЛIЯТЭКА БЕЛАРУСI

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