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Open Access Week, 2010

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  • 1. La comunicazione scientifica in Europa tra registrazione, access, impatto e valutazione. Quale ruolo per l’Open Access?
  • 2. http://www.youtube.com/user/McGillLibrary 07/03/11 OA week 20-10-2010 Mary Joan Crowley
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    • In a knowledge economy, innovation and the capacity of the system to create and disseminate the latest scientific and technical information are important determinants of prosperity (David and Foray 1995; OECD 1997). 
    • One key question is whether there are new opportunities and new models for scholarly publishing that would better serve researchers and better communicate and disseminate research findings (OECD 2005, p14).
    07/03/11 OA week 20-10-2010 Mary Joan Crowley
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    • Research funding body:
    • – Set access and dissemination rules for EC funded research (Framework Programmes)
    • - “ Guarantee public access to publicly-funded research results shortly after publication ”
    • Capacity-building / supporting body:
    • – Fund digital infrastructures and relevant research and networking activities
    07/03/11 OA week 20-10-2010 Mary Joan Crowley
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  • 10. http://www.peerproject.eu/home/
    • The publishing and research communities share the view that increased access to the results of EU-funded research is necessary to maximise their use and impact.
    • Investigate the effects of the large-scale, systematic deposit by publishers/authors in open access repositories.
    • Participating publishers will collectively contribute over 200 journals to the project.
    07/03/11 OA week 20-10-2010 Mary Joan Crowley
  • 11. OpenAIRE : Open Access Infrastructure for research in Europe
    • – Establishment and operation of a technical infrastructure of digital repositories to deposit and access scientific articles and data produced under FP7.
    • – Expected impact: Enhancement of access to scientific information produced in the context of FP7; linking of many different repositories as a service and e-infrastructure.
    07/03/11 OA week 20-10-2010 Mary Joan Crowley
  • 12. Openness and interoperability
    • Recognize and create more and better standards in Europe
    • Make better use of these standards
    • Ensure interoperability even in absence of standards
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  • 14. Need for quality research management information systems
    • for researchers
    • for research managers and administrators
    • for research councils
    • for entrepreneurs and technology transfer organizations
    • for the media and public
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  • 16. NARCIS – Netherlands research portal
    • Personal details - contact info, publications, research projects and DAI
    • Research info – oa articles, datasets, projects
    • National doctoral e-theses site
    • RSS Notifications, accountability
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  • 17. The future here now 07/03/11 OA week 20-10-2010 Mary Joan Crowley

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