Making Europe a leader in AI: in conversation with Venki Ramakrishnan, Antoine Petit and Martin Stratmann

« An international interactive online event organised by the Royal Society, the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS) and the … Continuer la lecture de « Making Europe a leader in AI: in conversation with Venki Ramakrishnan, Antoine Petit and Martin Stratmann »

Source > royalsociety.org, 7 octobre 2020

Innovative Open Access in small sciences (InnOAccess)

« Academia – especially internet research – strives on a dynamic and diverse publishing ecosystem within which researchers can read and … Continuer la lecture de « Innovative Open Access in small sciences (InnOAccess) »

Source > hiig.de, Wrzesinski, Marcel; Dubois, Frédéric; Katzenbach, Christian; Waidlein, Nicole; Tochtermann, Klaus, 2020

Library Support for OA Books Workshop: the German perspective

« This summer, as part of the WP2, we started a series of European-based workshops, aiming at gaining a better understanding … Continuer la lecture de « Library Support for OA Books Workshop: the German perspective »

Source > copim.pubpub.org, Agata Morka, 6 aout 2020

When are researchers willing to share their data? – Impacts of values and uncertainty on open data in academia

« (…) In this study, we emphasized the non-technical factors perceived value and uncertainty factors in the context of academia, which … Continuer la lecture de « When are researchers willing to share their data? – Impacts of values and uncertainty on open data in academia »

Source > journals.plos.org, Stieglitz S, Wilms K, Mirbabaie M, Hofeditz L, Brenger B, López A, et al. (2020) When are researchers willing to share their data? – Impacts of values and uncertainty on open data in academia. PLoS ONE 15(7): e0234172. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0234172

Open Access Uptake in Germany 2010-18: Adoption in a diverse research landscape

« This study investigates the development of open access (OA) to journal articles from authors affiliated with German universities and non-university … Continuer la lecture de « Open Access Uptake in Germany 2010-18: Adoption in a diverse research landscape »

Source > zenodo.org, Hobert, Anne, Jahn, Najko, Mayr, Philipp, Schmidt, Birgit, Taubert, Niels, 15 juin 2020, DOI 10.5281/zenodo.3892950

Research Data Management – Current status and future challenges for German non-university research institutions

« This report describes the results of a workshop on research data management (RDM) that took place in June 2019. More … Continuer la lecture de « Research Data Management – Current status and future challenges for German non-university research institutions »

Source > riojournal.com, Mareike Petersen, Bianca Pramann, Ralf Toepfer, Janna Neumann, Harry Enke, Jana Hoffmann, Reiner Mauer, (2020) Research DataManagement - Current status and future challenges for German non-university research institutions. ResearchIdeas and Outcomes 6: e55141. https://doi.org/10.3897/rio.6.e55141

DFG, German Research Foundation: National Research Data Infrastructure – 2020 Call for Consortia Proposals (Round Two)

« The German federal and state governments reached an agreement in November 2018 to establish a national research data infrastructure (NFDI). … Continuer la lecture de « DFG, German Research Foundation: National Research Data Infrastructure – 2020 Call for Consortia Proposals (Round Two) »

Source > dfg.de, Information for Researchers No. 29 | 25 May 2020

Mapping and semantic interoperability of the German RCD data model with the Europe-wide accepted CERIF

« (…)This paper presents the data model of the Research Core Dataset (RCD) and discusses its impact on data quality in … Continuer la lecture de « Mapping and semantic interoperability of the German RCD data model with the Europe-wide accepted CERIF »

Source > content.iospress.com, Azeroual, Otmane and Herbig, Nico. ‘Mapping and Semantic Interoperability of the German RCD Data Model with the Europe-wide Accepted CERIF’. 1 Jan. 2020 : 1 – 27, DOI: 10.3233/ISU-200076

Max Planck Society: Edmond update – repository growth and new features

« Edmond, the now well-established open research data repository of the Max Planck Society, continues to grow steadily: the number of … Continuer la lecture de « Max Planck Society: Edmond update – repository growth and new features »

Source > mpdl.mpg.de, avril 2020

Open Science Conference 2020, 11-12 mars 2020, Berlin [abstracts, posters, slides]

« The Open Science Conference 2020 is the 7th international conference of the Leibniz Research Alliance Open Science. The annual conference is … Continuer la lecture de « Open Science Conference 2020, 11-12 mars 2020, Berlin [abstracts, posters, slides] »

Source > zenodo.org, Leibniz_Research_Alliance_OpenScience, 2020

Report from the first national best practice workshop of the German open access monograph funds

« On 3 December 2019, the project team of the open access fund for monographs launched by the Leibniz Association invited … Continuer la lecture de « Report from the first national best practice workshop of the German open access monograph funds »

Source > oa2020-de.org, Thomas Jung, Monika Pohlschmidt, Christoph Schindler, Olaf Siegert, 7 février 2020

Establishing tender procedures and competition within the framework of national library consortia for open access journals

« (…) The existing transformative agreements do not include mechanisms for the definitive flipping of journals into open access and no … Continuer la lecture de « Establishing tender procedures and competition within the framework of national library consortia for open access journals »

Source > oa2020-de.org, Alexandra Jobmann, 5 février 2020

Visualize the impact of your research – a customizable tool in the making

« Metrics play an important role in research life. Hiring decisions or the evaluation of institutions or research groups are often … Continuer la lecture de « Visualize the impact of your research – a customizable tool in the making »

Source > blogs.tib.eu, Svantje Lilienthal, 16 janvier 2020

Springer Nature and Germany´s Projekt DEAL finalise world´s largest transformative Open Access agreement

« Springer Nature and MPDL Services GmbH on behalf of Projekt DEAL today announce that the formal contract for the world’s … Continuer la lecture de « Springer Nature and Germany´s Projekt DEAL finalise world´s largest transformative Open Access agreement »

Source > hrk.de, 9 janvier 2020

Göttingen State, University Library and De Gruyter Launch an Open Access Book Transformation Project for the Humanities

« De Gruyter and a consortium led by the Göttingen State and University Library (SUB Göttingen) have launched a project to … Continuer la lecture de « Göttingen State, University Library and De Gruyter Launch an Open Access Book Transformation Project for the Humanities »

Source > oab.hypotheses.org, Eric Merkel-Sobotta, 30 octobre 2019

What’s the DEAL?: An Interview with Springer Nature’s Dagmar Laging

« In late August, Springer Nature and Germany’s Projekt DEAL announced that they had signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) laying … Continuer la lecture de « What’s the DEAL?: An Interview with Springer Nature’s Dagmar Laging »

Source > scholarlykitchen.sspnet.org, Rick Anderson, 26 septembre 2019

The blockchain strategy of the German federal government: bloxberg as an example of the application of blockchain technology in science

« The German federal government refers to the bloxberg-initiative of the Max Planck Society in their recently published strategy paper on … Continuer la lecture de « The blockchain strategy of the German federal government: bloxberg as an example of the application of blockchain technology in science »

Source > mpdl.mpg.de, septembre 2019

OA2020-DE research report on the number of publications at German science institutions published

« OA2020-DE research report on the number of publications and distribution of scientific articles in the context of open-access transformation at … Continuer la lecture de « OA2020-DE research report on the number of publications at German science institutions published »

Source > oa2020-de.org, Alexandra Jobmann, 24 septembre 2019

SWIB19 – 11th Semantic Web in Libraries Conference 25 – 27 November 2019 in Hamburg [programme]

« SWIB conference (Semantic Web in Libraries) is an annual conference, being held for the 11th time, focusing on Linked Open … Continuer la lecture de « SWIB19 – 11th Semantic Web in Libraries Conference 25 – 27 November 2019 in Hamburg [programme] »

Source > swib.org, 2019

Posters and Demos at SEMANTiCS 2019, 9th -12th September 2019, Karlsruhe, Germany

« This volume contains the proceedings of the Poster and Demo Track of the 15th International Conference on Semantic Systems, SEMANTiCS … Continuer la lecture de « Posters and Demos at SEMANTiCS 2019, 9th -12th September 2019, Karlsruhe, Germany »

Source > ceur-ws.org, Vol-2451, Mehwish Alam, Ricardo Usbeck, Tassilo Pellegrini, Harald Sack, York Sure-Vetter, urn:nbn:de:0074-2451-7

SEMANTiCS 2019 « The Power of AI and Knowledge Graphs », Sept. 09-12, 2019 , Karlsruhe (Germany) [programme]

« SEMANTiCS conference is the leading European conference on Semantic Technologies and AI. Researchers, industry experts and business leaders can develop … Continuer la lecture de « SEMANTiCS 2019 « The Power of AI and Knowledge Graphs », Sept. 09-12, 2019 , Karlsruhe (Germany) [programme] »

Source > 2019.semantics.cc, 2019

PROJEKT DEAL and SPRINGER NATURE reach understanding on world´s largest transformative Open Access agreement

« (…) A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) signed today between MPDL Services, on behalf of Projekt DEAL, and Springer Nature sets … Continuer la lecture de « PROJEKT DEAL and SPRINGER NATURE reach understanding on world´s largest transformative Open Access agreement »

Source > hrk.de, 22 aout 2019

The 1st convention for communities who create open books and knowledge resources: The SprintCon on October 21, 2019 in Hannover

« The SprintCon is the pre-conference of the Twenty-First International Conference on Grey Literature (GL21). We build upon the experience of … Continuer la lecture de « The 1st convention for communities who create open books and knowledge resources: The SprintCon on October 21, 2019 in Hannover »

Source > events.tib.eu, aout 2019

Wiley’s New Open Access Agreement With Germany and What It Means for You

« Projekt DEAL and Wiley have partnered to support institutions and researchers to advance open research, drive discovery, and develop and … Continuer la lecture de « Wiley’s New Open Access Agreement With Germany and What It Means for You »

Source > wiley.com, Susanne Gaertner, 12 juillet 2019

Research Data Management: Toolbox for successful institutional Services

« What do we do with the data, some researchers wonder. Central university institutions want to provide answers on how they … Continuer la lecture de « Research Data Management: Toolbox for successful institutional Services »

Source > zbw-mediatalk.eu, Kerstin Helbig, 7 juillet 2019

Open Access becomes normality – DEAL-Wiley agreement comes into effect on 1 July 2019

(…) On 1 July 2019, the DEAL agreement with Wiley will become fully effective. The agreement provides members of the … Continuer la lecture de « Open Access becomes normality – DEAL-Wiley agreement comes into effect on 1 July 2019 »

Source > tib.eu, 1er juillet 2019

ROSI (Reference Implementation for Open Scientometric Indicators) [diaporama]

« Presentation about ROSI (Reference Implementation for Open Scientometric Indicators) project at Workshop on Open Scientometric Data Infrastructures, Centre for Science … Continuer la lecture de « ROSI (Reference Implementation for Open Scientometric Indicators) [diaporama] »

Source > zenodo.org, Fraumann, Grischa, Lilienthal, Svantje, Workshop on Open Scientometric Data Infrastructures, Centre for Science and Technology Studies (CWTS), Leiden University, Leiden, the Netherlands, 1 March 2019, DOI 10.5281/zenodo.2581131

Results of the 3rd GO FAIR Workshop for the German Research Community

“GO BUILD – GO CHANGE – GO TRAIN – Ways for the German Community to Contribute to GO FAIR” « On … Continuer la lecture de « Results of the 3rd GO FAIR Workshop for the German Research Community »

Source > idw-online.de, Dr. Doreen Siegfried, 12 juin 2019

Proceedings of the International Conference on Process Mining (ICPM) Demo Track, Aachen, Germany, June 24-26, 2019

« This proceedings volume collects the papers presented at the ICPM DemoTrack 2019, which was part of the 1st International Conference … Continuer la lecture de « Proceedings of the International Conference on Process Mining (ICPM) Demo Track, Aachen, Germany, June 24-26, 2019 »

Source > ceur-ws.org, Andrea Burattin, Artem Polyvyanyy, Sebastiaan van Zelst, CEUR Workshop Proceedings, Vol-2374 urn:nbn:de:0074-2374-1

Results of the 3rd Germany GOes FAIR Workshop for the German Research Community

« GO BUILD – GO CHANGE – GO TRAIN – Ways for the German Community to Contribute to GO FAIR On … Continuer la lecture de « Results of the 3rd Germany GOes FAIR Workshop for the German Research Community »

Source > go-fair.org, 4 juin 2019

Successful Kick-off for Germany’s National Research Data Infrastructure

« On 13 and 14 May 2019, the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG, German Research Foundation) hosted an initial conference in Bonn focusing … Continuer la lecture de « Successful Kick-off for Germany’s National Research Data Infrastructure »

Source > dfg.de, 27 mai 2019

First international blockchain for science: bloxberg

« Max Planck Digital Library (MPDL) initiates global research project Securing scientific information online and worldwide with no risk of manipulation: … Continuer la lecture de « First international blockchain for science: bloxberg »

Source > mpg.de, 9 mai 2019

Vous prendrez bien un petit Barcamp avant de passer à la conférence ?

« Marlene’s corner poursuit les collaborations en accueillant un nouvel invité : Romain Féret, chargé de mission Open Access et données … Continuer la lecture de « Vous prendrez bien un petit Barcamp avant de passer à la conférence ? »

Source > marlenescorner.net, Marlene Delhaye, 30 avril 2019

BIR 2019 / 8th International Workshop on Bibliometric-enhanced Information Retrieval* – Cologne, Germany, April 14th, 2019 [book of proceedings]

*co-located with the 41st European Conference on Information Retrieval (ECIR 2019) « The Bibliometric-enhanced Information Retrieval workshop series (BIR) at ECIR … Continuer la lecture de « BIR 2019 / 8th International Workshop on Bibliometric-enhanced Information Retrieval* – Cologne, Germany, April 14th, 2019 [book of proceedings] »

Source > ceur-ws.org, Guillaume Cabanac, Ingo Frommholz, Philipp Mayr,CEUR Workshop Proceedings Vol-2345, urn:nbn:de:0074-2345-4

41st European Conference on IR Research, ECIR 2019, Cologne, Germany, April 14–18, 2019 [Proceedings, Part I and Part II]

« The 41st European Conference on Information Retrieval (ECIR) was held in Cologne, Germany, during April 14–18, 2019, and brought together … Continuer la lecture de « 41st European Conference on IR Research, ECIR 2019, Cologne, Germany, April 14–18, 2019 [Proceedings, Part I and Part II] »

Source > ecir2019.org, LNCS, Leif Azzopardi, Benno Stein, Norbert Fuhr, Philipp Mayr,Claudia, Hauff, Djoerd Hiemstra, volume 11437, 2019, https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-15712-8_1, volume 11438, 2019, https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-15719-7_1

SILVER SPONSOR COPERNICUS PUBLICATIONS ANSWERS OUR QUESTIONS ON DOAJ AND OPEN ACCESS

Dr Xenia van Edig, Business Development, answers our questions. « (…) What is Copernicus doing to support that development? Do you … Continuer la lecture de « SILVER SPONSOR COPERNICUS PUBLICATIONS ANSWERS OUR QUESTIONS ON DOAJ AND OPEN ACCESS »

Source > blog.doaj.org, Xenia van Edig, 7 mars 2019

Open Science Conference 2019 (OSC19), Berlin, Germany, 18-20 March 2019 [diaporamas]

« The Open Science Conference 2019 is the 6th international conference of the Leibniz Research Alliance Open Science. It is dedicated … Continuer la lecture de « Open Science Conference 2019 (OSC19), Berlin, Germany, 18-20 March 2019 [diaporamas] »

Source > open-science-conference.eu, mars 2019

Meaning and Opportunities of the DEAL-Wiley Contract for the Open-Access Transformation

« With the signing of the Wiley contract on 15 January 2019, the alliance project DEAL has achieved key project goals: … Continuer la lecture de « Meaning and Opportunities of the DEAL-Wiley Contract for the Open-Access Transformation »

Source > oa2020-de.org, Alexandra Jobmann, 18 mars 2019

bloxberg – The novel Blockchain Consortium for Science

« The Max Planck Digital Library is pleased to announce the new research project bloxberg: the first trusted research infrastructure Twelve … Continuer la lecture de « bloxberg – The novel Blockchain Consortium for Science »

Source > mpdl.mpg.de, février 2019

Deal reveals what scientists in Germany are paying for open access

« Project Deal, a consortium of libraries, universities, and research institutes in Germany, has unveiled an unprecedented deal with a major … Continuer la lecture de « Deal reveals what scientists in Germany are paying for open access »

Source > sciencemag.org, Kai Kupferschmidt, 21 février 2019

The Importance of CRIS in Promoting the Visibility of Data Publications

« In order to enhance researchers’ commitment to research data management it has to be ensured that their activities do not … Continuer la lecture de « The Importance of CRIS in Promoting the Visibility of Data Publications »

Source > zenodo.org, Hauck, Reingis, 19 février 2019, DOI 10.5281/zenodo.2572837

Projekt DEAL – John Wiley & Son Publish and Read Agreement

« Full text of the “Publish&Read” agreement between Project DEAL and Wiley signed 15th January 2019. (…) »

Source > pure.mpg.de, projekt-deal.de, Sander, F., Herrmann, G., Hippler, H., Meijer, G., & Schimmer, R. (2019). Projekt DEAL – John Wiley & Son Publish and Read Agreement. doi:10.17617/2.3027595.

SUB Göttingen and Copernicus Publications will start the National Consortium for Central Payment Processing of Article Processing Charges on 1.1.2019

« 14 scientific institutions have joined the national opt-in consortium for the central payment processing of APCs for articles of all … Continuer la lecture de « SUB Göttingen and Copernicus Publications will start the National Consortium for Central Payment Processing of Article Processing Charges on 1.1.2019 »

Source > oa2020-de.org, Alexandra Jobmann, 16 janvier 2019

Change ahead: How do smaller publishers perceive open access?

« (…) While libraries and funding bodies in German-speaking countries have been negotiating Open Access Agreements with large publishers for years … Continuer la lecture de « Change ahead: How do smaller publishers perceive open access? »

Source > blogs.lse.ac.uk, Christian Kaier, Karin Lackner, 15 janvier 2019

Wiley and Projekt DEAL partner to enhance the future of scholarly research and publishing in Germany

« Wiley and Projekt DEAL establish groundbreaking partnership for Germany to pilot new publishing models, better enable researchers to create and … Continuer la lecture de « Wiley and Projekt DEAL partner to enhance the future of scholarly research and publishing in Germany »

Source > newsroom.wiley.com, 15 janvier 2019

Springer and Labster partner to bring the future of science education to thousands of German students

« Today Springer and Labster announce their partnership to bring engaging lab simulations to the thousands of students using Springer resources. … Continuer la lecture de « Springer and Labster partner to bring the future of science education to thousands of German students »

Source > blog.labster.com, Maria Homann, 26 novembre 2018

DINI (Deutsche Initiative für Netzwerkinformation) position paper on ORCID published

« The position paper “Author Identification Using the Open Researcher and Contributor ID (ORCID)” was published within the framework of the … Continuer la lecture de « DINI (Deutsche Initiative für Netzwerkinformation) position paper on ORCID published »

Source > open-access.net, 13 novembre 2018

Technical Introduction To The ORCID API – ORCID-DE Workshop, 8 November 2018 in Bielefeld, Germany [diaporama]

« Plan Are you already using any of the enabled systems that support ORCID? Which system(s) would you like to connect … Continuer la lecture de « Technical Introduction To The ORCID API – ORCID-DE Workshop, 8 November 2018 in Bielefeld, Germany [diaporama] »

Source > figshare.com, Gabriela Mejias, 9 novembre 2018

OA2020-DE and Knowledge Unlatched planning large-scale conversion of journals to Open Access

« OA202-DE, the German National Contact Point Open Access, and Knowledge Unlatched (KU), the central platform for sustainable Open Access (OA) … Continuer la lecture de « OA2020-DE and Knowledge Unlatched planning large-scale conversion of journals to Open Access »

Source > knowledgeunlatched.org, 9 octobre 2018

APCs – Mirroring the impact factor or legacy of the subscription-based model? (.pdf)

« With the ongoing open-access transformation, article processing charges (APCs) are gaining importance as the dominant business model for scientific open-access … Continuer la lecture de « APCs – Mirroring the impact factor or legacy of the subscription-based model? (.pdf) »

Source > pub.uni-bielefeld.de, Dr. Nina Schonfelder, 18 septembre 2018

Predatory Publishing: « Publication Lists Are Overrated »

« Quantitative metrics are playing an increasingly important role in the assessment of academic careers. Wilhelm Krull, Secretary General of the … Continuer la lecture de « Predatory Publishing: « Publication Lists Are Overrated » »

Source > volkswagenstiftung.de, Dr. Wilhelm Krull, 24 septembre 2018

GBV (German Common Library Network) Association Conference 2018: How libraries embrace the digital transformation

« As a prelude to the 22nd Association Conference of the German Common Library Network (Verbundkonferenz des Gemeinsamen Bibliotheksverbund – GBV), … Continuer la lecture de « GBV (German Common Library Network) Association Conference 2018: How libraries embrace the digital transformation »

Source > zbw-mediatalk.eu, Karin Wortmann , 11 septembre 2018

DFG Statement on the Establishment of “cOAlition S” to Support Open Access

« A number of European research funding organisations (cOAlition S) – with the support of the European Commission including the European … Continuer la lecture de « DFG Statement on the Establishment of “cOAlition S” to Support Open Access »

Source > dfg.de, Information for Researchers No. 56 | 4 September 2018