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Repository Power:
How Repositories can support
Open Access Mandates
Wolfram Horstmann, University of Goettingen
Najla Rett...
Context
2
FUNDERS
Many funders
have now
stipulated
open access to
results!
MANDATES
Many have
Open Access
mandates in
plac...
Overview
1. Introduction to OpenAIRE
2. Supporting the EC Mandate
3. How OpenAIRE works
4. Applications
5. Results
OR Open...
What is OpenAIRE?
4
1
OR OpenAIRE 2015 Indianapolis
OPEN ACCESS INFRASTRUCTURE
OpenAIRE
for research in Europe
5
www.openaire.eu
OR OpenAIRE 2015 Indianapolis
6
OpenAIRE
Dec. 2009 - Nov. 2012
OpenAIREplus
Dec. 2011 – Dec. 2014
OpenAIRE2020
Jan. 2015 a Jun. 2018
From a pilot in FP7...
Who we are
• In 24x7 operation since Dec 2010
• OpenAIRE
• OpenAIREplus
• OpenAIRE2020
• A legal entity in 2016
• Consorti...
Guided by OA funder
policies (European
Commission)
Participatory
approach (human &
e-infrastructure)
Integrated Scientific...
10
Literature
Repositories
OA Journals
Funding Info
Validation
Cleaning
De-duplicating
Inferring
Linking
Organiza
tions
Pr...
Supporting the EC OA
Mandate
11OR OpenAIRE 2015 Indianapolis
2
EC OA Mandate Progression
FP7 OA Pilot (2008)
• Grant agreement SC39
• 20% programme areas
• Deposit in Repositories
• Gol...
Open Access in Horizon 2020
“ENSURE OPEN ACCESS…
AS SOON AS POSSIBLE AND AT THE LATEST ON
PUBLICATION, DEPOSIT A MACHINE-R...
How OpenAIRE works
14OR OpenAIRE 2015 Indianapolis
3
Content acquisition policy: repositories
Publications in OpenAIRE Data in OpenAIRE
15
OpenAIRE will expand the current pol...
Interoperability is Key
• Reliant on network of repositories
• Participation of institutions / repositories
• Guidelines a...
Why Guidelines?
Collect data not in Google
FUNDING INFORMATION
ACCESS RIGHTS AND LICENSE INFO
+
REFERENCED DATASETS & RELA...
1 2 3Publications
Repositories
Dublin Core (DRIVER)
Data
Repositories
Datacite
CRIS
systems
CERIF-XML
18
Data providers: 3...
“Repository managers
reduce workload of authors
to fulfill the EC
Open Access requirements”
19OR OpenAIRE 2015 Indianapoli...
Applications
20OR OpenAIRE 2015 Indianapolis
4
Adding Value
• Funding information into the workflow
• Adding project & funding information to repository
• Metadata in re...
API & web services
22
http://api.openaire.eu
Submission workflow
Searching by the name or the project id number
Submission workflow
Select the project and accept… the necessary namespace will be filled
Services: A project view
OpenAIRE for EC Project Officers @ 2014 25
Repositories & funding info
OR OpenAIRE 2015 Indianapolis 26
Repositories & funding info
OR OpenAIRE 2015 Indianapolis 27
Repositories & funding info
OR OpenAIRE 2015 Indianapolis 28
National Funder – FCT (Pt)
OR OpenAIRE 2015 Indianapolis 29
Results
30OR OpenAIRE 2015 Indianapolis
5
Outcomes
•EC and ERC can monitor scientific output in FP7
•For FP7: 100,000 publications. 52% are OA
•10,000 of 25,000 pro...
EC
OR OpenAIRE 2015 Indianapolis 32
OA results for FP7
OR OpenAIRE 2015 Indianapolis 33
FP7
116.6K publications
Linked to 11.5 K projects
50% OA
0
5000
10000
...
Potential: Project statistics
OpenAIRE for EC Project Officers @ 2014 34
Project productivity
over time Post project-end
m...
Wrap-up
35
5
OR OpenAIRE 2015 Indianapolis
Conclusions
• Purpose
• Open up publications for users
• Save time of researchers, project managers & admin
• Vision
• a n...
Join COAR
• Visit the COAR Website:
www.coar-repositories.org
• Contact COAR Executive Director, Kathleen Shearer, for mor...
www.openaire.eu
@openaire_eu
facebook.com/groups/openaire
linkedin.com/groups/OpenAIRE-3893548
Thank you!
info@openaire.eu...
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OpenAIRE presentation at the Open Repositories Conference (OR2015), in Indianapolis, 10/Jun/2015 - Session - P4B: Supporting Open Scholarship and Open Science. Presented by Wolfram Horstmann (Univ. Goettingen) on behalf of the paper authors: Najla Rettberg, Jochen Schirrwagen, Pedro Principe, Eloy Rodrigues, José Carvalho, Paolo Manghi, Natalia Manola.

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Repository Power: How Repositories can support Open Access Mandates (OR2015 OpenAIRE presentation)

  1. 1. Repository Power: How Repositories can support Open Access Mandates Wolfram Horstmann, University of Goettingen Najla Rettberg, Jochen Schirrwagen, Pedro Principe, Eloy Rodrigues, José Carvalho, Paolo Manghi, Natalia Manola
  2. 2. Context 2 FUNDERS Many funders have now stipulated open access to results! MANDATES Many have Open Access mandates in place! REPOSITORIES But how often are these outputs linked to funding details? OR OpenAIRE 2015 Indianapolis
  3. 3. Overview 1. Introduction to OpenAIRE 2. Supporting the EC Mandate 3. How OpenAIRE works 4. Applications 5. Results OR OpenAIRE 2015 Indianapolis 3
  4. 4. What is OpenAIRE? 4 1 OR OpenAIRE 2015 Indianapolis
  5. 5. OPEN ACCESS INFRASTRUCTURE OpenAIRE for research in Europe 5 www.openaire.eu OR OpenAIRE 2015 Indianapolis
  6. 6. 6 OpenAIRE Dec. 2009 - Nov. 2012 OpenAIREplus Dec. 2011 – Dec. 2014 OpenAIRE2020 Jan. 2015 a Jun. 2018 From a pilot in FP7 to a key service in H2020
  7. 7. Who we are • In 24x7 operation since Dec 2010 • OpenAIRE • OpenAIREplus • OpenAIRE2020 • A legal entity in 2016 • Consortium of 50 partners • Institutional, national and international perspectives on OA policies & e-Infrastructures Open Access experts • Building efficient e-Infra technologies • State of the art technologies (big data, linked data) Information & Computer Science experts • Legal &policy recommendations Legal experts • Best practices for data • Linking to data infrastructures Data communities OR OpenAIRE 2015 Indianapolis 7
  8. 8. Guided by OA funder policies (European Commission) Participatory approach (human & e-infrastructure) Integrated Scientific Information System Project & Infrastruture… 8OR OpenAIRE 2015 Indianapolis
  9. 9. 10 Literature Repositories OA Journals Funding Info Validation Cleaning De-duplicating Inferring Linking Organiza tions Projects AuthorsDatasets Publications Data Providers … Monitoring Reporting Evaluation Impact Classification Clustering Analysis CRIS systems A mini EU-CRIS system Data Repositories Metadata Full text Usage data Discovery Crowdsourcing Zenodo APIs Data Providers OpenAIRE Platform Services
  10. 10. Supporting the EC OA Mandate 11OR OpenAIRE 2015 Indianapolis 2
  11. 11. EC OA Mandate Progression FP7 OA Pilot (2008) • Grant agreement SC39 • 20% programme areas • Deposit in Repositories • Gold payments during project • ERC‘s OA Guidelines Horizon 2020 (2015) • All grant agreements • 100% programme areas • Deposit in Repositories • Gold payments after project Resources to pay article charges; Research into sustainable and competitive models/workflows • Open Data Pilot 12
  12. 12. Open Access in Horizon 2020 “ENSURE OPEN ACCESS… AS SOON AS POSSIBLE AND AT THE LATEST ON PUBLICATION, DEPOSIT A MACHINE-READABLE ELECTRONIC COPY OF THE PUBLISHED VERSION OR FINAL PEER-REVIEWED MANUSCRIPT ACCEPTED FOR PUBLICATION IN A REPOSITORY FOR SCIENTIFIC PUBLICATIONS” The grant agreement states: http://ec.europa.eu/research/participants/data/ref/h2020/mga/gga/h2020-mga-gga-multi_en.pdf OR OpenAIRE 2015 Indianapolis 13
  13. 13. How OpenAIRE works 14OR OpenAIRE 2015 Indianapolis 3
  14. 14. Content acquisition policy: repositories Publications in OpenAIRE Data in OpenAIRE 15 OpenAIRE will expand the current policy to other dataset classes (Open Access datasets) because OpenAIRE would like to have some for quality certification.
  15. 15. Interoperability is Key • Reliant on network of repositories • Participation of institutions / repositories • Guidelines and standards • OpenAIRE guidelines for Literature, Data, CRIS • Uniform vocabularies & global adoption (RDA, WDS, W3C, …) • Identifier schemes • Synergies with ongoing e-Infras OR OpenAIRE 2015 Indianapolis 16
  16. 16. Why Guidelines? Collect data not in Google FUNDING INFORMATION ACCESS RIGHTS AND LICENSE INFO + REFERENCED DATASETS & RELATED PUBLICATIONS, EMBARGO DATE INFORMATION 17OR OpenAIRE 2015 Indianapolis
  17. 17. 1 2 3Publications Repositories Dublin Core (DRIVER) Data Repositories Datacite CRIS systems CERIF-XML 18 Data providers: 3 Guidelines
  18. 18. “Repository managers reduce workload of authors to fulfill the EC Open Access requirements” 19OR OpenAIRE 2015 Indianapolis www.openaire.eu
  19. 19. Applications 20OR OpenAIRE 2015 Indianapolis 4
  20. 20. Adding Value • Funding information into the workflow • Adding project & funding information to repository • Metadata in repositories • Correct metadata at local deposit • Further Networking • National funders to expose funding information • Working with the EC on smooth data delivery • Re-Using the OpenAIRE Services OR OpenAIRE 2015 Indianapolis 21
  21. 21. API & web services 22 http://api.openaire.eu
  22. 22. Submission workflow Searching by the name or the project id number
  23. 23. Submission workflow Select the project and accept… the necessary namespace will be filled
  24. 24. Services: A project view OpenAIRE for EC Project Officers @ 2014 25
  25. 25. Repositories & funding info OR OpenAIRE 2015 Indianapolis 26
  26. 26. Repositories & funding info OR OpenAIRE 2015 Indianapolis 27
  27. 27. Repositories & funding info OR OpenAIRE 2015 Indianapolis 28
  28. 28. National Funder – FCT (Pt) OR OpenAIRE 2015 Indianapolis 29
  29. 29. Results 30OR OpenAIRE 2015 Indianapolis 5
  30. 30. Outcomes •EC and ERC can monitor scientific output in FP7 •For FP7: 100,000 publications. 52% are OA •10,000 of 25,000 projects linked •580 Data sources: IR’s, publishers, aggregators OR OpenAIRE 2015 Indianapolis 31
  31. 31. EC OR OpenAIRE 2015 Indianapolis 32
  32. 32. OA results for FP7 OR OpenAIRE 2015 Indianapolis 33 FP7 116.6K publications Linked to 11.5 K projects 50% OA 0 5000 10000 15000 20000 25000 Jul-13 Aug-13 Sep-13 Oct-13 Nov-13 Dec-13 Jan-14 Feb-14 M ar-14 Apr-14M ay-14 Jun-14 Jul-14 Aug-14 Sep-14 Oct-14 Nov-14 Dec-14 Jan-15 Increase of FP7 publications in institutional repos
  33. 33. Potential: Project statistics OpenAIRE for EC Project Officers @ 2014 34 Project productivity over time Post project-end monitoring Pubs location OA mandate conformance
  34. 34. Wrap-up 35 5 OR OpenAIRE 2015 Indianapolis
  35. 35. Conclusions • Purpose • Open up publications for users • Save time of researchers, project managers & admin • Vision • a networked, automated API machine that produces a high quality data fabric • Lessons • Distributed Data is a strength and a challenge • Reliance on consistent metadata from repositories • Forster Interoperability / Develop common guidelines • Uniform vocabularies and identifiers are key OR OpenAIRE 2015 Indianapolis 36
  36. 36. Join COAR • Visit the COAR Website: www.coar-repositories.org • Contact COAR Executive Director, Kathleen Shearer, for more information: kathleen.shearer@coar-repositories.org • Contact the COAR office to register your interest in becoming a member of COAR office@coar-repositories.org • Follow us on Twitter: #COAR_eV • Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/COAReV
  37. 37. www.openaire.eu @openaire_eu facebook.com/groups/openaire linkedin.com/groups/OpenAIRE-3893548 Thank you! info@openaire.eu OR OpenAIRE 2015 Indianapolis 38

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