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Open Science policy: EC, ERC, Belspo, FWO

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The section provides an overview of the open science requirements and how to comply with them stipulated by selected funders and organizations: H2020 & ERC, FWO and Belspo by Emilie Hermans

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Open Science policy: EC, ERC, Belspo, FWO

  1. 1. 26/10/2018OpenSciencePolicyWebinar Everyone on the road to Open ScienceInternational Open Access week: October 22 – 28 Open Science Policy webinar Funder requirements and Legal aspects in Belgium Programme 12.00 – 12.15 OA policy for H2020,FWO - Emilie Hermans (UGent) 12.15 – 12.30 OA policy of FNRS – Sandrine Brognaux (UMons) 12.30 – 12.50 Legal aspects - Joris Deene (Everest Law) 12.50 – 13.00 Questions
  2. 2. • FP7:OAtoPublications:Pilotfor7areas (specialclause39) • H2020OpenAccessbydefault • ERC:samepolicy:startingfrom2014:OAto publicationisdefaultoption. OpenAccesstopublications OpenResearchDataPilot • 2014-2016:OpenResearchdataPilot(CheckArticle 29.3) • 2017defaultoption • ERC: samepolicy,differentdatamanagementplan (DMP) 26/10/2018 Open Science Policy Webinar EC Framework programme H2020 and ERC
  3. 3. H2020 and ERC 26/10/2018 Open Science Policy Webinar
  4. 4. Researcher decides where to publish Check publishers policies on www.sherpa.ac.uk/romeo Open Access Journals: doaj.org Self-archive in a repository: - Institutional - v2.sherpa.ac.uk/opendoar/ Check for Article Processing Charges Subscription-based journal IN SHORT: This is a derivative based on a scheme by “www.fosteropenscience.eu”, used under CC BY. Immediate OA Immediate or delayed OA 26/10/2018OpenSciencePolicyWebinar
  5. 5. • Both for OA journals AND subscriptions-based journals that offer the possibility of making individual articles openly accessible (hybrid journals) without a price cap. Are Article Processing Charges (APCs) supported? Yes 26/10/2018 Open Science Policy Webinar but… • Are eligible for reimbursement during the duration of the action.
  6. 6. Average APCs APCsvarywidely 26/10/2018 Open Science Policy Webinar Average: • 1378 €1 - 1 978 €2 • 1186 / 1 754 € (OA journal) - 2 280 € (hybrid journal)3 • 1 479 € (OA journal) – 2 493 € (hybrid journal)4 1. Open access central funds in UK universities. Learned Publishing, [online] 25(2). Pinfield, S., and Middleton, C., 2012 2. Figure 1: APC pricing distribution. Article processing charges (APCs) and subscriptions. Shamash , K. , 2016 3. A study of open access journals using article processing charges. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 63(8), pp.1485–1495. Solomon, D.J., and Björk, B.-C., 2012 4. https://treemaps.intact-project.org/page/about.html Information on APCs per publisher and journal  openAPC project Both types of OA publication cost can be reimbursed in H2020 projects. Currently, there is no price-cap for APCs.
  7. 7. • Compulsoryarchivingofscientific outputincludingmonographsand greyliterature ImmediateDeposit-OptionalAccess Noresearchdatamanagementrequirements yet• plantostartapilotproject BELSPO 26/10/2018 Open Science Policy Webinar
  8. 8. Belspo – OA to publications Allscientificoutput includingmonographs andgrey literature ABOUT 6-12 monthembargoes onarticles/unlimited embargoeson monographs WHEN OA repository WHERE 26/10/2018 Open Science Policy Webinar
  9. 9. • Grant money may cover up to € 1300 for APC Are Article Processing Charges (APCs) supported? Yes but… publishing in quality Gold Open Access Journals with transparent pricing policies and fair prices for genuine added value. 26/10/2018 Open Science Policy Webinar
  10. 10. • OpenAccesstoPublicationsOpenAccessrequirement RDMrequirement • LimitedDMPrequirementasof2018. NotarequirementforOpenData, butadvisedtomakedataopen. 26/10/2018 Open Science Policy Webinar FWO
  11. 11. FWO – OA to publications BeneficiariesofFWO fellowships,grantsand projectsmustmakethe publicationsresultingfrom theFWOsubsidies OA ABOUT withinone year from the date of publication WHEN Depositin a public “Open Access” database  OA repository WHERE 26/10/2018 Open Science Policy Webinar
  12. 12. • Funds and bench fees can be used to cover gold OA. No cap is mentioned. Are Article Processing Charges (APCs) supported? Yes 26/10/2018 Open Science Policy Webinar
  13. 13. Institution Open Access What How Embargo APC EC: H2020 Mandatory Peer Reviewed Publications Open Access Journal or Open Access Repository 6-12 months Eligible ERC Mandatory Peer Reviewed Publications Open Access Journal or Open Access Repository 6-12 months Eligible BELSPO Immediate Deposit - Optional Access All scientific output Open Access Journal or Open Access Repository 6-12 months Eligible 1,300€ cap FWO Mandatory Publications resulting from the FWO subsidies Open Access Repository 1 year Eligible
  14. 14. What about my data? It is always a good idea to store your data and associated metadata in a data repository: www.re3data.org It is always a good idea to manage your data well. Data management plan tool dmponline.be or dmponline.kuleuven.be As open as possible as closed as necessary 26/10/2018 Open Science Policy Webinar
  15. 15. EC&ERC:TheOpenResearchDataPilot Flexible ORD pilot: From limited Check Article 29.3 To default in 2017 • Avoid duplication of research and loss of resources • Foster Open Science Open Access to research data (or partially opt-out) Data Management Planning
  16. 16. H2020&ERC–OpenResearchDataPilot See FAIR data guidelines*  ERC and H2020 have slightly different DMP template! • Develop (and keep up-to-date) a Data Management Plan (DMP) • Deposit your data in a research data repository • Make sure third parties can freely access, mine, exploit, reproduce and disseminate it. • Provide related information and explain the tools needed to use the data to validate research results (or provide the tools themselves). * http://ec.europa.eu/research/participants/data/ref/h2020/grants_manual/hi/oa_pilot/h2020-hi-oa-data-mgt_en.pdf
  17. 17. • How to discover your data? • How to understand your data? • Where to find your data? • Can people access your data? • Metadata • Persistent identifier • Naming convention • Keywords • Versioning • Software, documentation • Data repository • Standards • Vocabulary • Methodologies • Licensing Findable ReusableInteroperable Accessible H2020&ERCtemplatebasedonFAIRdataprinciples
  18. 18. 26/10/2018OpenSciencePolicyWebinar FWO–ResearchDataManagement  Prospective project supervisors (from 2018) and pre-/postdoctoral fellows (from 2020) will have to complete a short “Data Management Plan” (DMP) section in the FWO electronic application form. Costs eligible Started in 2018 • About data management, not necessarily Open Data • DMP with 5 questions: datatypes, storage for 5 years or why not, security and other issues www.fwo.be/en/the-fwo/organisation/data-management-plan DMP section in the FWO application form • DMP requirement
  19. 19. Institution RDM DMP template Open Access EC: H2020 Yes Yes (dmponline.be or dmponline.kuleuv en.be) Yes, if possible (opt- out) ERC Yes Yes (dmponline.be or dmponline.kuleuve n.be) Yes, if possible (opt- out) FWO Yes Yes (dmponline.be or dmponline.kuleuve n.be) No
  20. 20. Thank you! www.openaccess.be Emilie.Hermans@UGent.be info@openaccess.be 26/10/2018 Open Science Policy Webinar
  21. 21. Researcher decides where to publish Check publishers policies on www.sherpa.ac.uk/romeo Open Access Journals: doaj.org Self-archive in Biblio Check for Article Processing Charges Funded by: EC, ERC & FWO Subscription-based journal IN SHORT: This is a derivative based on a scheme by “www.fosteropenscience.eu”, used under CC BY. Immediate OA Immediate or delayed OA: EC: 6-12 months Belspo: 6-12 months FWO: 12 months 26/10/2018OpenSciencePolicyWebinar

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