OpenAIRE at Belgian NCP, Brussels, October 2010.

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  • OpenAIRE at Belgian NCP, Brussels, October 2010.

    1. 1. OpenAIRE - supporting Open Access for FP7 and ERC funded projects Inge Van Nieuwerburgh – Ghent University Library
    2. 2. Overview FP7 Open Access Pilot ERC guidelines on Open Access Support by OpenAIRE How do I comply? OpenAIRE presentation @ IWT Brussels, Oct. 22nd, 20102
    3. 3. FP7 Open Access pilot http://ec.europa.eu/research/science-society/ope OpenAIRE presentation @ IWT Brussels, Oct. 22nd, 20103
    4. 4. FP7 OA pilot Special clause 39 : “In addition to Article II.30.4, beneficiaries shall deposit an electronic copy of the published version or the final manuscript accepted for publication of a scientific publication relating to foreground published before or after the final report in an institutional or subject- based repository at the moment of publication.“ OpenAIRE presentation @ IWT Brussels, Oct. 22nd, 2010 4
    5. 5. FP7 OA pilot Applies to seven areas of the 7th Framework Programme – “Health” – “Energy” – “Environment” – “Information & Communication Technology” (Cognitive systems/robotics) – “Research infrastructures” (e-infrastructures) – “Socio-economic Sciences and Humanities” – “Science in Society” OpenAIRE presentation @ IWT Brussels, Oct. 22nd, 2010 5
    6. 6. Special clause 39 To deposit articles resulting from FP7 projects into an institutional or subject-based repository; To make their best efforts to ensure open access to these articles within six months (Energy, Environment, Health, Information and Communication Technologies, Research Infrastructures) or twelve months (Science in Society, Socio-economic Sciences and Humanities). OpenAIRE presentation @ IWT Brussels, Oct. 22nd, 20106
    7. 7. OA mandate in detail Applies to grant agreements signed after August 20, 2008 If no repository is at hand, into a special repository for “orphan” publications Deposit immediately upon acceptance for publication Embargo open access 0-6-12 months Final published article or final peer-reviewed manuscript Result of Pilot as input to determine policy for FP8 OpenAIRE presentation @ IWT Brussels, Oct. 22nd, 20107
    8. 8. Best effort? Seeking information on publishing models and copyright/licensing policies of the journal(s) to which authors plan to submit (e.g. via ROMeO http://www.sherpa.ac.uk/romeo/) If publishers' policies do not allow compliance with grant agreement, authors should negotiate an amendment or request an authorisation to self-archive within the specific embargo period If negotiations are unsuccessful, researchers should consider submitting to another journal Supporting documents (IPR guidelines, model letter and amendment to publishing agreement) available online If they cannot comply with special clause, beneficiaries should inform the Commission and provide publisher’s letter of refusal Source: http://ec.europa.eu/research/science-society/document_library/pdf_06/open-access-pilot-in- ec-ppt_en.pdf OpenAIRE presentation @ IWT Brussels, Oct. 22nd, 20108
    9. 9. ERC Scientific Council Guidelines for Open Access http://www.openaire.eu/attachments/048_ScC _Guidelines_Open_Access_revised_Dec07_FI NAL.pdf OpenAIRE presentation @ IWT Brussels, Oct. 22nd, 20109
    10. 10. 17 December 2007 “The ERC requires that all peer-reviewed publications from ERC-funded research projects be deposited on publication into an appropriate research repository where available, such as PubMed Central, ArXiv or an institutional repository, and subsequently made Open Access within 6 months of publication.” “The ERC considers essential that primary data - which in the life sciences for example could comprise data such as nucleotide/protein sequences, macromolecular atomic coordinates and anonymized epidemiological data are deposited to the relevant databases as soon as possible, preferably immediately after publication and in any case not later than 6 months after the date of publication.” OpenAIRE presentation @ IWT Brussels, Oct. 22nd, 201010
    11. 11. That’s theory, but practice? OpenAIRE presentation @ IWT Brussels, Oct. 22nd, 201011
    12. 12. OpenAIRE Open Access Infrastructure for Research in Europe http://www.openaire.eu OpenAIRE presentation @ IWT Brussels, Oct. 22nd, 201012
    13. 13. Main Goals Deliver “an electronic infrastructure and supporting mechanisms for the identification, deposition, access, and monitoring of FP7 and ERC funded articles” Additionally, offer “a special repository for articles that can be stored neither in institutional nor in subject-based/thematic repositories”. All deposited articles will be visible and freely accessible worldwide through a new portal to the products of EU-funded research, built as part of this project. OpenAIRE presentation @ IWT Brussels, Oct. 22nd, 201013 helpdesk Orphan repository OpenAIRE portal
    14. 14. Objectives Building Support Structures for Researchers in Depositing FP7 Research Publications (Networking) Establishment and Operation of the OpenAIRE e- Infrastructure for Peer-Reviewed Articles and Other forms of Scientific Results (Service) Exploration of and experimentation with Scientific Data Management Services (Research) Sustainability of the OpenAIRE e-Infrastructure and Supporting Structures, Exploitation and Promotion OpenAIRE presentation @ IWT Brussels, Oct. 22nd, 201014
    15. 15. 1. Networking: Helpdesk Promote FP7-pilot and ERC OA guidelines National Open Access Desks (27 countries) Provide OA “toolkits” for – Researchers – Institutions Setup 24/7 portal for deposit, search of OA publications Liaison with – Other European OA initiatives – Publishers – CRIS systems OpenAIRE presentation @ IWT Brussels, Oct. 22nd, 201015
    16. 16. OpenAIRE network organisation 16 OpenAIRE presentation @ IWT Brussels, Oct. 22nd, 2010
    17. 17. National Open Access Desks (NOAD) OpenAIRE presentation @ IWT Brussels, Oct. 22nd, 201017
    18. 18. OpenAIRE in Belgium National Open Access Desk: Ghent University library Regional coordinator Region West: Ghent University Library OpenAIRE presentation @ IWT Brussels, Oct. 22nd, 201018
    19. 19. 2. Service: Supporting repository e- Infrastructure OpenAIRE portal – Access to scientific publications  Search, browse  Visualization tools – Deposition of articles  Setup repository for orphan researchers (INVENIO)  Harvest OA publications from existing repositories – Provide monitoring tools for  Document/depositing statistics  Usage statistics from repository infrastructure – Interoperation with other infrastructures OpenAIRE presentation @ IWT Brussels, Oct. 22nd, 201019
    20. 20. 3. Research data management Explore the requirements, practices, incentives, workflows, data models, and technologies to deposit, access, and otherwise manipulate research datasets Produce feasibility studies to show researchers the benefit for depositing Work with four (4) scientific communities – Health (Life Sciences) – Environment – Information & Communication Science – Socio-economic Sciences and Humanities OpenAIRE presentation @ IWT Brussels, Oct. 22nd, 201020
    21. 21. How do I comply? OpenAIRE presentation @ IWT Brussels, Oct. 22nd, 201021
    22. 22. 1. Publish Select a journal Check the policy (e.g. ROMeO http://www.sherpa.ac.uk/romeo/) If no information available or not allowed: ask for permission to put the article in your repository (use model letter and amendment) OpenAIRE presentation @ IWT Brussels, Oct. 22nd, 201022
    23. 23. 2. Repository? Put your publication in a repository Does my institution have an open access repository? Is there a subject repository I can make use of? Don’t know? – http://www.opendoar.org OpenAIRE presentation @ IWT Brussels, Oct. 22nd, 201023
    24. 24. OpenAIRE orphan repository If no repository at hand For FP7 project publications Hosted by CERN OpenAIRE presentation @ IWT Brussels, Oct. 22nd, 201024
    25. 25. 3. What do I upload? The final peer reviewed manuscript or the published version (peer review!) Deposit upon publication Embargo for Open Access allowed (6-12 months) OpenAIRE presentation @ IWT Brussels, Oct. 22nd, 201025
    26. 26. 4. Link publication to project Add project information to publication in the repository Repository can be made OpenAIRE compliant – Guidelines: http://www.openaire.eu/en/support/faq/ repman.html OpenAIRE presentation @ IWT Brussels, Oct. 22nd, 201026
    27. 27. More OpenAIRE website: http://www.openaire.eu Further details on the Open Access pilot in FP7 can be found on: http://ec.europa.eu/research/science- society/open_access OpenAIRE presentation @ IWT Brussels, Oct. 22nd, 201027
    28. 28. Contact OpenAIRE helpdesk Belgium Helpdesk@UGent – biblio@UGent.be – 09/264 98 95 Online helpdesk: http://www.openaire.eu/en/support/helpdes k.html OpenAIRE presentation @ IWT Brussels, Oct. 22nd, 201028

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