in France
State of the art & perspectives
LIBER – Munich – June 26th 2013
Jean-François LUTZ
@jflutz
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1. Looking back at the 2000’s
1. 2012, a turning point ?
1. Short- & mid-term perspectives
2
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Introduction
France, key figures (2010)
•100 000 researchers in public sector
•70 000 publications listed in Scopus
•...
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1. Looking back at the 2000’s
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1. Looking back at the 2000’s
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Infrastructures : two major players, numerous others
• Green :
INP Toulouse : OATAO
I...
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1. Looking back at the 2000’s
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Policies : only starting
• IFREMER : deposit policy, full text mediated deposit, very...
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2. 2012, a turning point ?
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2. 2012, a turning point ?
8
European Commission: July 17th, 2012
Open Access for H2020
Recommendation to member ...
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2. 2012, a turning point ?
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2. 2012, a turning point ?
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Geneviève Fioraso, Higher Education and Research
Minister, January 24th, 2013
• « scien...
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2. 2012, a turning point ?
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Research institutions: warm welcome ! But action still needed…
Publishers (esp. in HSS ...
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3. Short & mid-term perspectives
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3. Short & mid-term perspectives
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Policy:
• National level:
• Institutional level: deposit mandates at INRIA and Un...
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3. Short & mid-term perspectives
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Infrastructures:
• Green OA: BSN group on repositories
– Signature of a new natio...
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Conclusion
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European level
• coordination of OA policies, esp. for national research
funders,
• publication costs: ...
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Presentations from the LIBER 2013 workshop on Scholarly Communication and Research Infrastructures: : 'New Horizons for Open Access Policies in Europe' and 'Ten Recommendations on Research Data Management - What's Next?'

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Open Access in France: State of the art & perspectives

  1. 1. in France State of the art & perspectives LIBER – Munich – June 26th 2013 Jean-François LUTZ @jflutz
  2. 2. Page 1. Looking back at the 2000’s 1. 2012, a turning point ? 1. Short- & mid-term perspectives 2
  3. 3. Page Introduction France, key figures (2010) •100 000 researchers in public sector •70 000 publications listed in Scopus •168 open access journals •68 repositories 3
  4. 4. Page 1. Looking back at the 2000’s 4
  5. 5. Page 1. Looking back at the 2000’s 5 Infrastructures : two major players, numerous others • Green : INP Toulouse : OATAO IFREMER : Archimer Sciences Po : SPIRE • Gold : EDP Sciences CEDRAM (Mathematics)
  6. 6. Page 1. Looking back at the 2000’s 6 Policies : only starting • IFREMER : deposit policy, full text mediated deposit, very satisfactory compliance rate. • INRA : deposit policy, repository used for research assessment.
  7. 7. Page 2. 2012, a turning point ? 7
  8. 8. Page 2. 2012, a turning point ? 8 European Commission: July 17th, 2012 Open Access for H2020 Recommendation to member States In France, various reactions depending on the stakeholders…
  9. 9. Page 2. 2012, a turning point ? 9
  10. 10. Page 2. 2012, a turning point ? 10 Geneviève Fioraso, Higher Education and Research Minister, January 24th, 2013 • « scientific information is a common good that should be available to all » • strong support towards repositories • support for a variety of publishing models • action plan in 7 areas (green, gold, embargos, legal issues…)
  11. 11. Page 2. 2012, a turning point ? 11 Research institutions: warm welcome ! But action still needed… Publishers (esp. in HSS disciplines): launch of a debate • Open Access seen as a threat or as an opportunity • distinction between HSS ans STM (regarding embargos for instance) or inclusion of HSS with other disciplines • experimentation of new business models (Gold ≠ APC)
  12. 12. Page 3. Short & mid-term perspectives 12
  13. 13. Page 3. Short & mid-term perspectives 13 Policy: • National level: • Institutional level: deposit mandates at INRIA and Univ. Of Angers
  14. 14. Page 3. Short & mid-term perspectives 14 Infrastructures: • Green OA: BSN group on repositories – Signature of a new nation-wide agrrement around HAL • Gold OA: BSN group on scientific publication – Study on the cost of publication • Open data: still under discussion
  15. 15. Page Conclusion 15 European level • coordination of OA policies, esp. for national research funders, • publication costs: scalability of existing studies (PEER, Houghton…), establishment of a « fair » APC price.
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