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Open Science infrastructure in the EU

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OpenAIRE / European Open Science Cloud
Presentation at UN Open Science Conference 19 November 2019, New York, US

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Open Science infrastructure in the EU

  1. 1. @openaire_eu Towards Global Open Science: Core Enabler of the UN 2030 Agenda | UNHQ | New York | 19 Nov 2019 Open Science infrastructure in the EU OpenAIRE/EuropeanOpenScienceCloud Natalia Manola OpenAIRE Managing Director Athena Research & Innovation Center & University of Athens Ιmages are under the following license: https://www.istockphoto.com/legal/license-agreement
  2. 2. A few facts on Open Science
  3. 3. Towards Global Open Science: Core Enabler of the UN 2030 Agenda | UNHQ | New York | 19 Nov 2019 … practice science in such a way that others can collaborate and contribute, where research data, lab notes and other research processes are freely available, under terms that enable reuse, redistribution and reproduction of the research and its underlying data and methods. Access – Collaboration – Innovation – Participation Open research beyond academia Innovation + Citizen science
  4. 4. linked Open Science (provenance & context) access to resources for analytics Open publications research data / FAIR data software / lab books methodologies / protocols educational resources processes (open peer review) annotations What it entails Towards Global Open Science: Core Enabler of the UN 2030 Agenda | UNHQ | New York | 19 Nov 2019
  5. 5. Open Science Challenges & Opportunities Towards Global Open Science: Core Enabler of the UN 2030 Agenda | UNHQ | New York | 19 Nov 2019
  6. 6. From global of research to local implementation Data-driven research – Data science skills – Big vs./and small science/data Researcher in the center – Reputation, incentives, services Embed quality in openness – FAIR research content – Linked research Towards Global Open Science: Core Enabler of the UN 2030 Agenda | UNHQ | New York | 19 Nov 2019 Challenges
  7. 7. New sharing culture via innovative communication models Knowledge extraction & exchange made easier via AI Plethora of platforms – Common approaches between sectors – Big and small data Use existing scholarly communication infrastructure Towards Global Open Science: Core Enabler of the UN 2030 Agenda | UNHQ | New York | 19 Nov 2019 Opportunities
  8. 8. A common language to bridge views, perspectives, gaps From closed to OPEN ... and to publishing research results at all stages of the research life-cycle Scientific/Scholarly Communication Towards Global Open Science: Core Enabler of the UN 2030 Agenda | UNHQ | New York | 19 Nov 2019
  9. 9. Open Science in Europe Towards Global Open Science: Core Enabler of the UN 2030 Agenda | UNHQ | New York | 19 Nov 2019
  10. 10. Open Science in the EU and OpenAIRE Towards Global Open Science: Core Enabler of the UN 2030 Agenda | UNHQ | New York | 19 Nov 2019 Open Science the modus operandi 2021 2017 OA data by default 2018 2013 OA to all publications OA data pilot 2007 OA pilot for publications Zooming on Open Science
  11. 11. Europe – It’s all about diversity Cultural Infrastructure Policies LegalOrganizational Towards Global Open Science: Core Enabler of the UN 2030 Agenda | UNHQ | New York | 19 Nov 2019
  12. 12. Towards Global Open Science: Core Enabler of the UN 2030 Agenda | UNHQ | New York | 19 Nov 2019 “1.7 million European researchers and 70 million professionals in science and technology a virtual environment with free at the point of use, open and seamless services for storage, management, analysis and re-use of research data, across borders and scientific disciplines”
  13. 13. What we have now: fragmentation Towards Global Open Science: Core Enabler of the UN 2030 Agenda | UNHQ | New York | 19 Nov 2019 E-Infrastructures, e-science Enabling digital services for science Sharing, evaluating, monitoring science Scholarly Communication services Performing Science Research Infrastructure services Digital Labs
  14. 14. Option A Option B E-Infrastructures, e-science Enabling digital services for science Performing Science Research Infrastructure services Digital Labs Sharing, evaluating, monitoring science Scholarly Communication services Architecture Functionality Participation rules Practices Quality Interoperability Economy of scale Sustainability Breaking down walls: dialogue & consensus Towards Global Open Science: Core Enabler of the UN 2030 Agenda | UNHQ | New York | 19 Nov 2019Open science in the center
  15. 15. Inclusive: involving all stakeholders Stakeholders Forum (wide stakeholders representation) Executive Board (representatives of stakeholders) Governance Board (MS/AC + EC) Oversight Think tank / Advice Implementation 3 layer structure EOSC Board of member states to ensure effective supervision of EOSC implementation Executive Board of stakeholder representatives to help ensure proper EOSC implementation and accountability Stakeholder Forum to provide input from a wide range of actors Working Groups • Architecture • FAIR • RoP • Landscape • Sustainability • Training/skills Advice WG WG WGWG WGWG Advice Towards Global Open Science: Core Enabler of the UN 2030 Agenda | UNHQ | New York | 19 Nov 2019
  16. 16. Implementing Open Science in Europe and EOSC
  17. 17. Towards Global Open Science: Core Enabler of the UN 2030 Agenda | UNHQ | New York | 19 Nov 2019 open and reproducible science scientific/scholarly communication data infrastructure social + technical links service + data interoperability
  18. 18. • Distributed and participatory infrastructure • Connecting different actors across Europe • Based on existing initiatives • Institutional and national investments • Repositories and open infrastructures of key importance • Linked open science • Support for all types of research outcomes • Contextual intelligent discovery OpenAIRE key characteristics Towards Global Open Science: Core Enabler of the UN 2030 Agenda | UNHQ | New York | 19 Nov 2019
  19. 19. Policies Training Services Connecting Empowering 3 pillars of action Aligning
  20. 20. Towards Global Open Science: Core Enabler of the UN 2030 Agenda | UNHQ | New York | 19 Nov 2019 National Global Thematic Social/People Technical/Services 3 levels of operation
  21. 21. National approach Towards Global Open Science: Core Enabler of the UN 2030 Agenda | UNHQ | New York | 19 Nov 2019 34countries  Key national organizations Coordination on o Policies o Researchdatamanagement o Legalissues National Open Access Desks (NOADs) A pan-European network to address diversity in culture & maturity of national/local infras Network is the power of OpenAIRE
  22. 22. International outreach Towards Global Open Science: Core Enabler of the UN 2030 Agenda | UNHQ | New York | 19 Nov 2019 Linked to infras around the world
  23. 23. Services Towards Global Open Science: Core Enabler of the UN 2030 Agenda | UNHQ | New York | 19 Nov 2019
  24. 24. Towards Global Open Science: Core Enabler of the UN 2030 Agenda | UNHQ | New York | 19 Nov 2019 Research is an interconnected endeavor • Services for ALL stakeholders involved • Closing the loop from discovery – publishing - monitoring Different levels (B2B / B2C) • Business to Business: connecting via standards, APIs • Business to clients: researchers, content & service providers, policy makers Infrastructure and Services
  25. 25. Starting from the basics: How to exchange metadata Towards Global Open Science: Core Enabler of the UN 2030 Agenda | UNHQ | New York | 19 Nov 2019 OpenAIRE Guidelines for DATA Repositories OpenAIRE Guidelines for OTHER research products guidelines.openaire.eu OpenAIRE Guidelines for LITERATURE Repositories v4.0 OpenAIRE Guidelines for SOFTWARE Repositories OpenAIRE Guidelines for CRIS OpenAIRE Guidelines for USAGE statistics
  26. 26. Services for all stakeholders B2B / B2C
  27. 27. A tool to help shift towards Open Science NEW Image: CC-BY Vasilis Mihalenas for OpenAIRE
  28. 28. Open Science The way forward
  29. 29. IFLA WLIC| August 28, 2019 From dialogue to implementation by building synergies (national, regional, global) offering trusted services seeking commitment making small & decisive steps
  30. 30. Role of the library IFLA WLIC| August 28, 2019 Powering sustainable knowledge Close to the researcher Data vs. content (→ information → knowledge) Digital preservation Curation Open spaces, link to public (citizen science)
  31. 31. Thank you! Towards Global Open Science: Core Enabler of the UN 2030 Agenda | UNHQ | New York | 19 Nov 2019 Natalia Manola natalia@di.uoa.gr @openaire_eu All images are under the following license: https://www.istockphoto.com/legal/license-agreement

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