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Horizon 2020 Open
Access mandate
Webinar 19 October 2015
Inge Van Nieuwerburgh
Emilie Hermans
Ghent University
Open revisited
20151019_webinar-OA
Source: clobridge consulting clobridgeconsulting.com20151019_webinar-OA
Opendefinition.org
“Open means anyone can freely access, use,
modify, and share for any purpose (subject,
at most, to requ...
Science for everyone to use
Source: Hack your PHD
http://hackyourphd.org/en/fly
ers/
20151019_webinar-OA
1 2
What is OA?What is OA?
−Online, digital
−Peer-reviewed
research results
−Freely
accessible,
ideally with re-
use right...
20151019_webinar-OA
H2020 policy
20151019_webinar-OA
Why EC is interested
• Acceleration of the research and discovery process,
leading to increased returns on R&D investment
...
TO FACILITATE
AND IMPROVE
THE CIRCULATION
OF INFORMATION
IN THE EUROPEAN
RESEARCH AREA (ERA)
AND BEYOND
OA policy development in
H2020
• July 2012: policy announced (Commission)
• December 2013: Grant Agreement defines final,
...
Recommendation to member states
July 2012
• Member States to define policies for and implement:
• OA to publications
• OA ...
Publications
20151019_webinar-OA
Open Access in Horizon
2020
IN HORIZON
2020,
THE EC
REQUESTS ALL
PROJECTS TO
PROVIDE OPEN
ACCESS TO ALL
PEER
REVIEWED
ARTI...
Open Access in Horizon
2020
“ENSURE OPEN ACCESS…
AS SOON AS POSSIBLE AND
AT THE LATEST ON
PUBLICATION, DEPOSIT A
MACHINE-R...
20150528_webinar-OA
“… beneficiary must
ensure open access (free of
charge) to all peer-reviewed
scientific publications …...
Open Access in Horizon
2020
1.SUBMIT PAPERS TO A JOURNAL OF
CHOICE, THERE IS NO
RESTRICTION. IF A
RESEARCHER CHOOSES TO
PU...
Research data pilot
20151019_webinar-OA
Source: Hack your PHD
http://hackyourphd.org/en/fly
ers/
20151019_webinar-OA
20151019_webinar-OA
• A limited pilot will ensure OA to some data, on a voluntary basis and
with opt-out safeguards
• Beneficiaries will accep...
(i) required to deposit the research data, preferably in a
research data repository and (ii), as far as possible, take
mea...
pt out
Eg. conflict with obligation to protect results, with
confidentiality obligations, with security obligations or
wit...
OPEN ACCESS
OpenAIRE
implements the
EC requirements
20151019_webinar-OA
What is OpenAIRE
Participatory European Open Access
infrastructure to manage scientific publications
and associated scient...
OpenAIRE as infrastructure
This place is reserved for footer text. copyright 2012
Literature
Repositories
OA Journals
Fund...
1 2
Helps researchersresearchers
•share and
archive
research
•maximize the
use of their
research output
•comply with
funde...
How can OpenAIRE help?
• Help with reporting:
You can find your publications and
project listed at www. openaire.eu.
This ...
View project
Detailed info
Link to Cordis
App box
List of publications
Data
Stats
20151019_webinar-OA
View report
20151019_webinar-OA
View Cordis
20151019_webinar-OA
FP7 Post-Grant OA publishing
Pilot
• OA Article Processing Charges (APCs)
for FP7 projects up to two years after they
end....
How can OpenAIRE help?
• Harvest into
OpenAIRE
Publications and data
• Link publications
OpenAIRE links your
publication t...
20150528_webinar-OA
• All research and data
welcome
• Citeable. Discoverable
• Community Collections
• Funding
• Flexible ...
Zenodo
ultiple data types
• Publications
• Long tail of research data
itable data (DOI)
inks to funding, pubs,
data, softw...
For Project officers
20151019_webinar-OA
• Project monitoring tools
• Guides on how and why
Guides
https://www.openaire.eu...
Project monitoring
Project productivity
over time
Post project-end
monitoring
Pubs location
OA mandate
conformance
2015101...
For Funders
https://www.openaire.eu/infra-monitoring
20151019_webinar-OA
20151019_webinar-OA
Monitoring
OA policy
FULL TEXT AND
RELATED DATA
Ultimately access to
Of EC funded research
www.openaire.eu
@openaire_eu
facebook.com/groups/ope
naire
linkedin.com/groups/Open
AIRE-3893548
Inge.vannieuwerburgh@ugen...
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Webinar about the Open Access mandate of the EC for Horizon 2020 projects.

* Open revisited & Open Access
* OA policy development in H2020
* Open Access in Horizon 2020
* What does OpenAIRE offer?
* How can OpenAIRE help?

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20151019 webinar Open Access in Horizon 2020

  1. 1. Horizon 2020 Open Access mandate Webinar 19 October 2015 Inge Van Nieuwerburgh Emilie Hermans Ghent University
  2. 2. Open revisited 20151019_webinar-OA
  3. 3. Source: clobridge consulting clobridgeconsulting.com20151019_webinar-OA
  4. 4. Opendefinition.org “Open means anyone can freely access, use, modify, and share for any purpose (subject, at most, to requirements that preserve provenance and openness).”
  5. 5. Science for everyone to use Source: Hack your PHD http://hackyourphd.org/en/fly ers/ 20151019_webinar-OA
  6. 6. 1 2 What is OA?What is OA? −Online, digital −Peer-reviewed research results −Freely accessible, ideally with re- use rights (with reference to source) −No plagiarism or violation of copyright 3 Different optionsDifferent options -Self-archiving in digital archive (repository) -Publish in Open Access Journal -Best practice: always self-archive an OA version of your work, regardless if and where you publish Open Access Why OA?Why OA? -Enhance visibility and impact of research -Speeds up publicatio n process -Allows others to build on your work -Research
  7. 7. 20151019_webinar-OA
  8. 8. H2020 policy 20151019_webinar-OA
  9. 9. Why EC is interested • Acceleration of the research and discovery process, leading to increased returns on R&D investment • Avoidance of the duplication of research efforts, leading to savings in R&D expenditure • Enhanced opportunities for multi-disciplinary research, as well as inter-institutional and inter- sectorial collaborations • Broader and faster opportunities for the adoption and commercialisation of research findings, generating increased returns on public investment in R&D and the potential for the emergence of new industries based on scientific information. 20151019_webinar-OA
  10. 10. TO FACILITATE AND IMPROVE THE CIRCULATION OF INFORMATION IN THE EUROPEAN RESEARCH AREA (ERA) AND BEYOND
  11. 11. OA policy development in H2020 • July 2012: policy announced (Commission) • December 2013: Grant Agreement defines final, practical responsibilities for authors: • Immediate deposit • If embargoed, open at end of embargo period • ‘Aim to deposit’ research data A long time “in development” 20151019_webinar-OA
  12. 12. Recommendation to member states July 2012 • Member States to define policies for and implement: • OA to publications • OA to research data – taking into account data-specific concerns • Preservation and re-use of scientific information • E-infrastructures • Consistency between H2020 policy and MS policy • Multi-stakeholder dialogue • Structured co-ordination of MS at EU-level + reporting: • Per member state a NPR (national point of reference) OA policy development in H2020 20151019_webinar-OA
  13. 13. Publications 20151019_webinar-OA
  14. 14. Open Access in Horizon 2020 IN HORIZON 2020, THE EC REQUESTS ALL PROJECTS TO PROVIDE OPEN ACCESS TO ALL PEER REVIEWED ARTICLES ARISING FROM European Commission funded projects
  15. 15. 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
  16. 16. 20150528_webinar-OA “… beneficiary must ensure open access (free of charge) to all peer-reviewed scientific publications … the data, including associated metadata, free of charge for any user …”
  17. 17. Open Access in Horizon 2020 1.SUBMIT PAPERS TO A JOURNAL OF CHOICE, THERE IS NO RESTRICTION. IF A RESEARCHER CHOOSES TO PUBLISH IN AN OA JOURNAL, PUBLISHING COSTS CAN BE REIMBURSED WITHIN THE PROJECT PERIOD AND BUDGET. 2.DEPOSIT THE FINAL MANUSCRIPT OR PUBLISHER’S PDF IN A REPOSITORY, EITHER INSTITUTIONAL OR DISCIPLINARY. 3.ACKNOWLEDGE PROJECT FUNDING, BOTH IN THE Four steps to getting open access articles: 20151019_webinar-OA
  18. 18. Research data pilot 20151019_webinar-OA
  19. 19. Source: Hack your PHD http://hackyourphd.org/en/fly ers/ 20151019_webinar-OA
  20. 20. 20151019_webinar-OA
  21. 21. • A limited pilot will ensure OA to some data, on a voluntary basis and with opt-out safeguards • Beneficiaries will accept to: • deposit in an open access repository: • the data, including associated metadata, needed to validate the results presented in scientific publications as soon as possible; • other data, including associated metadata, as specified and within the deadlines laid down in the data management plan; 20151019_webinar-OA
  22. 22. (i) required to deposit the research data, preferably in a research data repository and (ii), as far as possible, take measures to enable third parties to access, mine, exploit, reproduce and disseminate this research data. At the same time, projects should provide information about tools and instruments at the disposal of the beneficiaries and necessary for validating the results, for instance specialised software or software code. 20151019_webinar-OA
  23. 23. pt out Eg. conflict with obligation to protect results, with confidentiality obligations, with security obligations or with rules on protection of personal data or action’s main objective be jeopardised by making specific parts of the research data openly accessible osts relating to the implementation of the pilot will be reimbursed. 20151019_webinar-OA
  24. 24. OPEN ACCESS OpenAIRE implements the EC requirements 20151019_webinar-OA
  25. 25. What is OpenAIRE Participatory European Open Access infrastructure to manage scientific publications and associated scientific material via repository networks. upports discovery, sharing and re-use of Open Access publications and EC funded research results. nhances publications by interconnecting them with data sets, funding information, related publications, institutional afiliation, metrics...20151019_webinar-OA
  26. 26. OpenAIRE as infrastructure This place is reserved for footer text. copyright 2012 Literature Repositories OA Journals Funding Info Organiz ations Organiz ationsProjectsProjects AuthorsAuthorsDatasetsDatasets Publicatio ns Publicatio ns Data Providers Data Providers … Monitoring Reporting CRIS systems A mini EU-CRIS system Data Repositories Discovery Crowdsourcing Zenodo APIs Evaluation Impact 27
  27. 27. 1 2 Helps researchersresearchers •share and archive research •maximize the use of their research output •comply with funder’s Open Access demands •linking publications to datasets •deposit: repository network + zenodo.org 3 Aids data providersdata providers •to make content more visible •to make Open Access a daily reality in knowledge management •deposit: repository network + zenodo.org •to ensure interoperability with repositories, CRIS systems and project databases What does OpenAIRE offer? Assistanc e for projectproject coordinatorscoordinators •compliance with funder’s Open Access demands •reporting publication progress and research output •searching and compiling performanc e
  28. 28. How can OpenAIRE help? • Help with reporting: You can find your publications and project listed at www. openaire.eu. This is embedded in the EC’s project portal (Cordis). • Generate your publication lists: OpenAIRE provides you with a button that will automatically generate a publication list. • FP7 post-grant Open Access Pilot: Funding of Post-grant FP7 OA publications charges TOOLS FOR PROJECT COORDINATORS 20151019_webinar-OA
  29. 29. View project Detailed info Link to Cordis App box List of publications Data Stats 20151019_webinar-OA
  30. 30. View report 20151019_webinar-OA
  31. 31. View Cordis 20151019_webinar-OA
  32. 32. FP7 Post-Grant OA publishing Pilot • OA Article Processing Charges (APCs) for FP7 projects up to two years after they end. • Max. 3 publications per FP7 project • Peer reviewed • Deposit in an OpenAIRE compliant repository 20151019_webinar-OA
  33. 33. How can OpenAIRE help? • Harvest into OpenAIRE Publications and data • Link publications OpenAIRE links your publication to data, projects • Zenodo: OpenAIRE provides you with a repository, for publications and data TOOLS FOR RESEARCHERS 20151019_webinar-OA
  34. 34. 20150528_webinar-OA • All research and data welcome • Citeable. Discoverable • Community Collections • Funding • Flexible licensing • Safe • DropBox integration • Easy: upload – describe - publish ZenodoThe “catch-all” repository
  35. 35. Zenodo ultiple data types • Publications • Long tail of research data itable data (DOI) inks to funding, pubs, data, software “Catch-all” repository: OpenAIRE-CERN joint effort 20151019_webinar-OA www.zenodo.org H2020: Option to gather, preserve and share your project’s scientific output
  36. 36. For Project officers 20151019_webinar-OA • Project monitoring tools • Guides on how and why Guides https://www.openaire.eu/services-factsheets
  37. 37. Project monitoring Project productivity over time Post project-end monitoring Pubs location OA mandate conformance 20151019_webinar-OA
  38. 38. For Funders https://www.openaire.eu/infra-monitoring 20151019_webinar-OA
  39. 39. 20151019_webinar-OA Monitoring OA policy
  40. 40. FULL TEXT AND RELATED DATA Ultimately access to Of EC funded research
  41. 41. www.openaire.eu @openaire_eu facebook.com/groups/ope naire linkedin.com/groups/Open AIRE-3893548 Inge.vannieuwerburgh@ugent.be 20151019_webinar-OA Inge Van Nieuwerburgh & Emilie Hermans

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