OpenAIRE and OpenAIRplus - OA Meeting Bern


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Presentation about OpenAIRE and OpenAIREplus from the Swiss NOAD given at the Meeting of the Swiss Open Access Group, Bern, 22.8.2012

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OpenAIRE and OpenAIRplus - OA Meeting Bern

  1. 1. OpenAIRE and OpenAIREplus Christian Gutknecht, Main Library University of Zurich OA-Meeting, 22.8.2012, Bern
  2. 2. Existing Open Access Pilot (SC39) Launched in August 2008 Covers 20% of the FP7 budget Research Areas: – Energy – Environment – Health – Information and Communication Technologies (Challenge 2: Cognitive S ystems, Interaction, Robotics) – Research Infrastructures (e-Infrastructures) – Science in Society – Socio-economic Sciences and Humanities2
  3. 3. Existing Open Access Pilot Based on self-archiving Deposition to institutional or subject respository: – Final published article – Final peer-reviewed manuscript Orphan Repository ( Best effort expected. Embargos accepted: – 6 months Energy, Environment, Health, Information and Communication Technologies, Research Infrastructures – 12 months Science in Society, Socio-economic Sciences and Humanities3
  4. 4. Existing Open Access Pilot In the Seventh Framework Programme (FP7), gold Open Access fees are eligible for reimbursement. Details can be found in the FP7 model Grant Agreement (article II.16.4 other activities‘):
  5. 5. Open Access in Horizon 2020 Open access to scientific publications a general principle of Horizon 2020. As of 2014, all articles produced with funding from Horizon 2020 will have to be accessible: Articles will either immediately be made accessible online by the publisher (Gold open access) - up-front publication costs can be eligible for reimbursement by the European Commission; or researchers will make their articles available through an open access repository no later than six months (12 months for articles in the fields of social sciences and humanities) after publication (Green open access). The goal is for 60% of European publicly-funded research articles to be available under open access by 2016.5
  6. 6. Open Access in Horizon 2020 The Commission will also start experimenting with open access to the data collected during publicly funded research (e.g. the numerical results of experiments), taking into account legitimate concerns related to the fundees commercial interests or to privacy. The European Commission will continue to fund projects related to open access. In 2012-2013, the Commission will spend €45 million on data infrastructures and research on digital preservation. Funding will continue under the Horizon 2020 programme. During the same period, the Commission will support experimentation with new ways of handling scientific information (e.g. new peer-review methods and ways of measuring article impact).6
  7. 7. Various EU-funded projects APARSEN (Metadata for preservation, curation and interoperability) DARIAH (Digital Research Infrastructure for the Arts & Humanities) DRIVER II (Digital Repository Infrastructure Vision for European Research) e-SciDR (Towards a European Infrastructure for e-Science Digital Repositories) EUROVO-AIDA (Euro-VO Astronomical Infrastructure for Data Access) LiquidPub (Liquid Publications: Scientific Publications meet the Web – Changing the Way Scientific Knowledge is Produced, Disseminated, Evaluated, and Consumed) MEDOANET (Mediterranean Open Access Network) OAPEN (Open Access Publishing in European Networks) ODE (Opportunities for Data Exchange) PARSE.Insight (Permanent Access to the Records of Science in Europe) PEER (Pilot Programme Investigating the Effect of the Deposit of Author Manuscripts on the Ecology of European Research and Publishing) SOAP (Study of Open Access Publishing by Key Stakeholders)7
  8. 8. Some project facts OpenAIRE (2009-2012) – 5 Mio EUR, 27 countries OpenAIREplus (2011-2014) – 5.1 Mio EUR, 33 countries Project Coordination – University of Athens, GR – Göttingen State and University Library, DE – Italian National Research Council: Institute of Information Science and Technologies (CNR-ISTI)8
  9. 9. OpenAIRE Infrastructure for Open Access publications Implementation, support, monitoring the Open Access pilot of the European Commission (SC 39) Services Open Access repositories FP7 Project Information9
  10. 10. OpenAIRE Portal www.openaire.eu10
  11. 11. OpenAIRE OpenAIRE Guidelines – „small“-supplementary to DRIVER Guidelines OpenAIREGuideline: DRIVER Guideline:
  12. 12. OpenAIRE OpenAIRE Guidelines – New elements:  Access Rights  dc:rights: info:eu-repo/semantics/openAccess  embargoEndDate  dc:date info:eu-repo/date/embargoEnd/2011-05-12  projectID  dc:relation: info:eu-repo/grantAgreement/EC/FP7/12345 – Exposed in the OAI-PMH Set:  ec_fundedresources12
  13. 13. OpenAIRE OpenAIRE Guidelines Register and validate your repository here: – epository-managers – Plugins available for Eprints & Dspace – Get EC project data (project name, abbreviation & grant number)13
  14. 14. OpenAIRE Implementation in ZORA  Plugin for Eprints  + Modification for setting access rights automatically (open, restricted, embaroged, closed)14
  15. 15. OpenAIRE Implementation in ZORA <dc:title>Structure of a potentially open state of... </dc:title> <dc:creator>Hilf, R</dc:creator> <dc:creator>Dutzler, R</dc:creator> <dc:subject>570 Life sciences; biology</dc:subject> <dc:description>Abstract...</dc:description> <dc:publisher>Nature Publishing Group</dc:publisher> <dc:date>2009-01</dc:date> <dc:type>Journal Article</dc:type> <dc:type>PeerReviewed</dc:type> <dc:format>application/pdf</dc:format> <dc:identifier></dc:identifier> <dc:source>Hilf, R; Dutzler, R (2009). Structure of a potentially open state of a proton-activated pentameric ligand-gated ion channel. Nature, 457(7225):115-118.</dc:source> <dc:language>eng</dc:language> <dc:rights>info:eu-repo/semantics/restrictedAccess</dc:rights> <dc:relation></dc:relation> <dc:type>info:eu-repo/semantics/article</dc:type> <dc:relation>info:eu-repo/grantAgreement/EC/FP7/201924</dc:relation> <dc:rights>info:eu-repo/semantics/restrictedAccess</dc:rights>15
  16. 16. OpenAIRE Implementation in ZORA us+factor+Rhcg+in+renal+ammonium+excretion+and+male+fertility&fields=&constraint=ALL&periodBack=-16 1&fromMonth=1&fromYear=1980&toMonth=1&toYear=1980
  17. 17. OpenAIRETo discuss1. OpenAIRE compliance of Swiss repositories?2. Similar approach for P3-Database ( of Swiss National Science Foundation?17
  18. 18. The main Parts of OpenAIREplus Technical • Building up the infrastructure • Linking publication and data Service • Functionalities for users • Support, statistics, usage Outreach • Promote the service • Engage Users18
  19. 19. What Data are we gathering? CRIS, (CERIF) Studies Projects/Funding Licenses EC, National Metadata Datasets Publications (metadata) Guidelines for Data Providers (metadata) OpenAIRE Guidelines DRIVER, Data OpenAIRE Repositories (Text)19
  20. 20. Data-Provider Data types, citation, metadata, usage20
  21. 21. OpenAIREplus - Network First Meeting in Pisa21
  22. 22. Supporting OA in Europe Network of EU Open Access Knowledge National Desk 4 2 3 122
  23. 23. Expanding the Portal
  24. 24. OpenAIRETo discuss Data Management at your institution? – Awareness, needs? According to SNSF (Fabian Jeker, 14.8.12) „Die Open Access Regelung des SNF betrifft nur Publikationen. Der SNF ist sich der Bedeutung von Open Access zu Research Data / Primärdaten bewusst und verfolgt die Entwicklung des Themas. Doch kommt dem SNF dabei nur eine subsidiäre Rolle zu. Gemäss Art. 43 Beitragsreglement sind die Rechte an den Forschungsresultaten zwischen den Beitragsempfängerinnnen und Beitragsempfängern und deren Arbeitgebern zu regeln.“24
  25. 25. Contact Christian Gutknecht (until end of October) – @openaire_eu – –
  26. 26. Backup
  27. 27. Special Clause 39 (SC39)OPEN ACCESS (SPECIFIC TO THE THEMATIC AREAS "HEALTH", "ENERGY","ENVIRONMENT(INCLUDING CLIMATE CHANGE)", "INFORMATION & COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES"(CHALLENGE 2), AND "SOCIOECONOMIC SCIENCES AND THE HUMANITIES", AS WELL AS TO THEACTIVITIES "RESEARCH INFRASTRUCTURES" (E-INFRASTRUCTURES), AND "SCIENCE IN SOCIETY")In addition to Article II.30.4, beneficiaries shall deposit an electronic copy of thepublished version or the final manuscript accepted for publication of a scientificpublication relating to foreground published before or after the final report in aninstitutional or subject-based repository at the moment of publication.Beneficiaries are required to make their best efforts to ensure that this electronic copy becomesfreely and electronically available to anyone through this repository:• immediately if the scientific publication is published "open access", i.e. if an electronic version is also available free of charge via the publisher, or• within [X] months of publication.The number X will be 6 months in the thematic areas "Health", "Energy", "Environment (including Climate Change)",and "Information & communication technologies" (Challenge 2) and the activity "Research infrastructures" (e-infrastructures), and 12 months in the thematic area "Socio-economic Sciences and the Humanities" and the activity"Science in Society".27