Géopolitique de l’OpenScience : La France, l’Union européenne et l’International, 21 janvier 2021

« L’objectif de cette conférence sera tout d’abord de situer le mouvement de l’Open sciences dans une dimension diachronique et comparatiste, … Continuer la lecture de « Géopolitique de l’OpenScience : La France, l’Union européenne et l’International, 21 janvier 2021 »

Source > mshsud.tv, Janvier 2021

European Open Science Cloud (EOSC) Executive Board [Final progress report]

« The European Open Science Cloud (EOSC) Executive Board Final progress report document contains a summary of the work delivered by … Continuer la lecture de « European Open Science Cloud (EOSC) Executive Board [Final progress report] »

Source > op.europa.eu, EOSC Executive Board, 8 janvier 2021

Open Science in the Horizon Europe funding programme: what to expect?

« Without the slightest doubt, I think, we are all ready to let 2020 go and look forward to something different … Continuer la lecture de « Open Science in the Horizon Europe funding programme: what to expect? »

Source > dariahopen.hypotheses.org, Erzsébet Tóth-Czifra, "Open Science in the Horizon Europe funding programme: what to expect?," in DARIAH Open, 17/12/2020,http//dariahopen.hypotheses.org/968.

Draft Science, Technology and Innovation Policy Proposes Major Changes to India’s Open Access Culture

« On 2/01/2021, the Ministry of Science and Technology rolled out the draft version of the proposed Science, Technology and Innovation … Continuer la lecture de « Draft Science, Technology and Innovation Policy Proposes Major Changes to India’s Open Access Culture »

Source > spicyip.com, Swaraj Paul Barooah, 4 janvier 2021

A new mandate highlights costs, benefits of making all scientific articles

« In 2018, a group of mostly European funders sent shock waves through the world of scientific publishing by proposing an … Continuer la lecture de « A new mandate highlights costs, benefits of making all scientific articles »

Source > sciencemag.org, Jeffrey Brainard, 1 janvier 2021

Open Bioeconomy—A Bibliometric Study on the Accessibility of Articles in the Field of Bioeconomy

« Open access (OA) to scientific information is one of the major challenges and objectives of actual public research policy. The … Continuer la lecture de « Open Bioeconomy—A Bibliometric Study on the Accessibility of Articles in the Field of Bioeconomy »

Source > mdpi.com, Marianne Duquenne, Hélène Prost, Joachim Schöpfel, Franck Dumeignil, 17 décembre 2020, https://doi.org/10.3390/publications8040055

The 2019/20 Barometer for the Academic World: New Insights for Open Science?

« What is the state of science in Germany these days? The Barometer for the Academic World has been dedicated to … Continuer la lecture de « The 2019/20 Barometer for the Academic World: New Insights for Open Science? »

Source > zbw-mediatalk.eu, Claudia Sittner, 9 décembre 2020

Balancing ‘as open as possible’ and ‘as closed as necessary’

« A highlight of the recent event Openness and commercialisation was a panel of academia and industry experts and representatives brought … Continuer la lecture de « Balancing ‘as open as possible’ and ‘as closed as necessary’ »

Source > cesaer.org, 14 décembre 2020

Open Science : A qui les données de la science appartiennent-elles ? [vidéo]

« La recherche scientifique est essentiellement financée par des fonds public, elle est un bien commun. Les chercheurs produisent de nombreux … Continuer la lecture de « Open Science : A qui les données de la science appartiennent-elles ? [vidéo] »

Source > youtube.com, La Tronche en Biais, TenL95, 9 décembre 2020

Research Ethics, Open Science and CRIS

« The purpose of this paper is to analyze how current research information systems (CRIS) take into account ethical issues, especially … Continuer la lecture de « Research Ethics, Open Science and CRIS »

Source > hal.univ-lille.fr, Joachim Schöpfel, Otmane Azeroual, Monika Jungbauer-Gans. Research Ethics, Open Science and CRIS. Publications, MDPI, 2020, 8, ⟨10.3390/publications8040051⟩. ⟨hal-03034276⟩

15th Munin Conference on Scholarly Publishing 2020 – November 17–19 [presentations & posters]

« The Munin Conference is an annual conference on scholarly publishing and communication, primarily revolving around open access, open data and … Continuer la lecture de « 15th Munin Conference on Scholarly Publishing 2020 – November 17–19 [presentations & posters] »

Source > septentrio.uit.no, The Arctic University of Norway, novembre 2020, DOI: https://doi.org/10.7557/scs.2020.4

Beyond mandates: For open science to become a norm, it must be recognised and rewarded

« Calls to align incentives in academia to promote open research practices are not new. However, in recent years research funders … Continuer la lecture de « Beyond mandates: For open science to become a norm, it must be recognised and rewarded »

Source > blogs.lse.ac.uk, Maria Cruz, Hans de Jonge, 1 decembre 2020

Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO): New funding instrument to stimulate Open Science

« NWO is launching the ‘Open Science Fund’, a new funding instrument intended to give Open Science a boost. Projects can … Continuer la lecture de « Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO): New funding instrument to stimulate Open Science »

Source > nwo.nl, 1er décembre 2020

Academy of Finland to adopt reforms to open access publishing and responsible researcher evaluation from beginning of 2021

« Starting with calls to be opened after 1 January 2021, the Academy of Finland will introduce a number of reforms … Continuer la lecture de « Academy of Finland to adopt reforms to open access publishing and responsible researcher evaluation from beginning of 2021 »

Source > aka.fi, 15 octobre 2020

The Enlightenment of Peer Review : How Academic Librarians Can Utilize Open Peer Review Methods to Advance Information Literacy

« In today’s world of digital scholarly publishing, it is increasingly clear that movements such as open access (OA), Open Science, … Continuer la lecture de « The Enlightenment of Peer Review : How Academic Librarians Can Utilize Open Peer Review Methods to Advance Information Literacy »

Source > ojs.lib.uwo.ca, Sandra Moore, 30 octobre 2020, Emerging Library & Information Perspectives, 3(1), 9-38. https://doi.org/10.5206/elip.v3i1.8618

cOAlition S releases the Journal Checker Tool, a search engine that checks Plan S compliance

« cOAlition S is excited to announce today, 18 November, the release of the Journal Checker Tool (JCT) in beta. The … Continuer la lecture de « cOAlition S releases the Journal Checker Tool, a search engine that checks Plan S compliance »

Source > coalition-s.org, 18 novembre 2020

Passport for Open Science – A Practical Guide for PhD Students

« The Passport For Open Science is a guide designed to accompany PhD students at every step of their research career, … Continuer la lecture de « Passport for Open Science – A Practical Guide for PhD Students »

Source > ouvrirlascience.fr, novembre 2020

Du partage de la connaissance et de la promotion d’une « science ouverte » / On sharing knowledge and fostering « open science », un rapport de l’Académie royale de Belgique

« Réflexions sur la diffusion des connaissances à travers les grands colloques internationaux, les revues scientifiques, et la communication libre et … Continuer la lecture de « Du partage de la connaissance et de la promotion d’une « science ouverte » / On sharing knowledge and fostering « open science », un rapport de l’Académie royale de Belgique »

Source > academieroyale.be, octobre 2020, travaux du Groupe « Diffusion de la Science » de l’Académie royale de Belgique, placé sous la direction d’Erol Gelenbe et composé de Guy Brasseur, Luc Chefneux, Véronique Dehant, Véronique Halloin, Jean-Paul Haton, Michel Judkiewicz, Bernard Rentier et Romain Weikmans.

Semantic Publishing: The Future Open Textbook – a Contribution to NFDI4Culture

« Semantic Publishing is a new open-source software research project contributing to the techstack for the creation of multi-format textbooks. A … Continuer la lecture de « Semantic Publishing: The Future Open Textbook – a Contribution to NFDI4Culture »

Source > blogs.tib.eu, Simon Worthington, 10 novembre 2020

Plan S and funding – what is going to change?

« This presentation was given by Johan Rooryck during the Open Access Talk on 29 October 2020. Johan Rooryck, Professor at … Continuer la lecture de « Plan S and funding – what is going to change? »

Source > zenodo.org, Rooryck, Johan. (2020, October). Plan S and funding - what is going to change?. Zenodo. http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.4159203

University approaches to citizen science in the transition to Open Science – 9 -10 December 2020 [EUA & OpenAIRE workshop]

« EUA and OpenAIRE will host a joint online workshop on citizen science, on December 9-10th. Participants will address challenges and … Continuer la lecture de « University approaches to citizen science in the transition to Open Science – 9 -10 December 2020 [EUA & OpenAIRE workshop] »

Source > openaire.eu, novembre 2020

Restrictive Policies a Barrier to Cross-Border Open Science – Open Science in the Nordics: Legal Insights published

« The most recent deliverable from EOSC-Nordic Work Package on Legal Issues, Policies, and Sustainability is out! By engaging with four … Continuer la lecture de « Restrictive Policies a Barrier to Cross-Border Open Science – Open Science in the Nordics: Legal Insights published »

Source > eosc-nordic.eu, 29 octobre 2020

Scoping the Open Science Infrastructure Landscape in Europe

« We see a diverse, interconnected, open, professional and viable, developing OS ecosystem in Europe on solid ground; one that is … Continuer la lecture de « Scoping the Open Science Infrastructure Landscape in Europe »

Source > zenodo.org, Ficarra, Victoria, Fosci, Mattia, Chiarelli, Andrea, Kramer, Bianca, & Proudman, Vanessa. (2020, October 30). Scoping the Open Science Infrastructure Landscape in Europe. Zenodo. http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.4159838

Open Science in France : state of play, legislation, initiatives, tools and measures (.pdf)

« Challenges related to open access scholarly publications and the reuse of research data are relevant to many countries. France is … Continuer la lecture de « Open Science in France : state of play, legislation, initiatives, tools and measures (.pdf) »

Source > hal.archives-ouvertes.fr, Luc Quoniam, Clara Galliano, David Reymond. Open Science in France : state of play, legislation, initiatives, tools and measures. 11ª Conferência Luso-Brasileira de Ciência Aberta, Universidade do Minho; IBICT; FCT, Oct 2020, Braga, Portugal. ⟨hal-02966758⟩

Débat : Peut-on faire de la science ouverte sur Zoom ?

« Au plus fort de la pandémie de coronavirus, plusieurs grands éditeurs ont eu l’idée d’ouvrir l’accès à la littérature scientifique … Continuer la lecture de « Débat : Peut-on faire de la science ouverte sur Zoom ? »

Source > theconversation.com, Alexandre Hocquet, 25 octobre 2020

Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda (SRIA) of the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC) (.pdf)

« (…) While the overall purpose of this document is to define the general framework for future strategic research, development and … Continuer la lecture de « Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda (SRIA) of the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC) (.pdf) »

Source > eoscsecretariat.eu ,SRIA Version 0.818October2020

OCLC-LIBER Open Science Discussion on Metrics and Rewards

« What is the role of metrics and rewards in an ideal open science ecosystem? What are the challenges in getting … Continuer la lecture de « OCLC-LIBER Open Science Discussion on Metrics and Rewards »

Source > hangingtogether.org, Titia van der Werf, 22 octobre 2020

How research can be shared effectively to advance science: insights from the Center for Open Science

« In recent years there has been increasing support for data sharing and transparency within scientific publishing to improve the quality … Continuer la lecture de « How research can be shared effectively to advance science: insights from the Center for Open Science »

Source > thepublicationplan.com, 14 octobre 2020

OCLC-LIBER Open Science Discussion on Scholarly Publishing

« Recently OCLC Research and LIBER (the Association of European Research Libraries) hosted the first of seven small group discussions comprising … Continuer la lecture de « OCLC-LIBER Open Science Discussion on Scholarly Publishing »

Source > hangingtogether.org, Rebecca Bryant, 7 octobre 2020

HHMI (Howard Hughes Medical Institute) Announces Open Access Publishing Policy

« The new Open Access to Publications policy, which will take effect on January 1, 2022, will require all HHMI laboratory … Continuer la lecture de « HHMI (Howard Hughes Medical Institute) Announces Open Access Publishing Policy »

Source > hhmi.org, 1er octobre 2020

Open Access Perceptions, Strategies, and Digital Literacies: A Case Study of a Scholarly-Led Journal

« Open access (OA) publications play an important role for academia, policy-makers, and practitioners. Universities and research institutions set up OA … Continuer la lecture de « Open Access Perceptions, Strategies, and Digital Literacies: A Case Study of a Scholarly-Led Journal »

Source > mdpi.com, Noella Edelmann, Judith Schoßböck, 15 septembre 2020, https://doi.org/10.3390/publications8030044

OCLC and LIBER announce joint discussion series on Open Science

« OCLC and LIBER announced today the launch of a discussion series on Open Science through webinars and discussion groups from … Continuer la lecture de « OCLC and LIBER announce joint discussion series on Open Science »

Source > libereurope.eu, 22 septembre 2020

Raising the Profile of Research Software: Recommendations for Funding Agencies and Research Institutions in the Netherlands

« Research software is fundamental to today’s research, yet it does not receive the recognition it deserves. For example, research software … Continuer la lecture de « Raising the Profile of Research Software: Recommendations for Funding Agencies and Research Institutions in the Netherlands »

Source > zenodo.org, Akhmerov, Anton, Cruz, Maria, Drost, Niels, Hof, Cees, Knapen, Tomas, Kuzak, Mateusz, … van Werkhoven, Ben. (2020, September 4). Raising the Profile of Research Software: Recommendations for Funding Agencies and Research Institutions in the Netherlands (Version 1.0.0). Zenodo. http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.4015242

Knowledge Exchange : dessiner l’avenir de la Science ouverte

« Knowledge Exchange (KE) est une entité originale à la fois prospective et pragmatique dans son approche de la Science ouverte. … Continuer la lecture de « Knowledge Exchange : dessiner l’avenir de la Science ouverte »

Source > ouvrirlascience.fr, 24 septembre 2020

EUA joins forces with UNESCO for a global transition to Open Science

« EUA has joined the UNESCO Global Open Science Partnership. The purpose of this partnership is to work towards a global … Continuer la lecture de « EUA joins forces with UNESCO for a global transition to Open Science »

Source > eua.eu, 18 septembre 2020

Lettre de la science ouverte | numéro 16

« Le passeport pour la science ouverte L’Université de Lille et le collège Compétences et formation du Comité pour la science … Continuer la lecture de « Lettre de la science ouverte | numéro 16 »

Source > eye.lettre.ouvrirlascience.fr, 17 septembre 2020

Passeport pour la Science Ouverte | Guide pratique à l’usage des doctorants

« (…) Le Passeport pour la science ouverte est un guide conçu pour vous accompagner à chaque étape de votre parcours … Continuer la lecture de « Passeport pour la Science Ouverte | Guide pratique à l’usage des doctorants »

Source > ouvrirlascience.fr, septembre 2020

Open Science Training: How to Implement Methods and Practices in European Research Libraries

« How can the principles of Open Science be implemented in European research libraries to enable world-class research? A LIBER working … Continuer la lecture de « Open Science Training: How to Implement Methods and Practices in European Research Libraries »

Source > zbw-mediatalk.eu, Liber, Cécile Swiatek, 2 septembre 2020

Creating an executable paper is a journey through Open Science

« Executable papers take transparency and openness in research communication one step further. In this comment, an early career researcher reports … Continuer la lecture de « Creating an executable paper is a journey through Open Science »

Source > nature.com, Lasser, J. Creating an executable paper is a journey through Open Science. Commun Phys 3, 143 (2020). https://doi.org/10.1038/s42005-020-00403-4

Why cOAlition S’ Rights Retention Strategy Protects Researchers

« Last month, cOAlition S released its Rights Retention Strategy to safeguard researchers’ intellectual ownership rights and suppress unreasonable embargo periods—Creative … Continuer la lecture de « Why cOAlition S’ Rights Retention Strategy Protects Researchers »

Source > creativecommons.org, Brigitte Vézina, 19 août 2020

Developing Open Science in Africa: Barriers, Solutions and Opportunities

« The paper argues for the development of open science in Africa as a means of energising national science systems and … Continuer la lecture de « Developing Open Science in Africa: Barriers, Solutions and Opportunities »

Source > datascience.codata.org, Mwelwa, J., Boulton, G., Wafula, J.M. and Loucoubar, C., 2020. Developing Open Science in Africa: Barriers, Solutions and Opportunities. Data Science Journal, 19(1), p.31. DOI: http://doi.org/10.5334/dsj-2020-031

How to make open science work

« Viewpoint: The success of open science depends on protecting academic data from commercial exploitation As open science gains momentum, universities … Continuer la lecture de « How to make open science work »

Source > sciencebusiness.net, Frans Oort, 28 juillet 2020

cOAlition S response to the ERC Scientific Council’s statement on Open Access and Plan S

« cOAlition S has taken note that the ERC Scientific Council wishes to pursue their joint efforts towards Open Access in … Continuer la lecture de « cOAlition S response to the ERC Scientific Council’s statement on Open Access and Plan S »

Source > coalition-s.org, 21 juillet 2020

Baromètre de la science ouverte de l’université d’Évry

« Depuis 2019, le ministère de l’Enseignement supérieur, de la Recherche et de l’Innovation met à disposition un ensemble d’indicateurs pour … Continuer la lecture de « Baromètre de la science ouverte de l’université d’Évry »

Source > biblio.univ-evry.fr, juillet 2020

Labour of Love: An Open Access Manifesto for Freedom, Integrity, and Creativity in the Humanities and Interpretive Social Sciences

« Over the next decade, Open Access (OA) is likely to become the default in scholarly publishing. Yet, as commercial publishers … Continuer la lecture de « Labour of Love: An Open Access Manifesto for Freedom, Integrity, and Creativity in the Humanities and Interpretive Social Sciences »

Source > commonplace.knowledgefutures.org, Andrea E. Pia, Simon Batterbury, Agnieszka Joniak-Lüthi, Marcel LaFlamme, Gerda Wielander, Filippo M. Zerilli, Melissa Nolas, Jon Schubert, Nicholas Loubere, Ivan Franceschini, Casey Walsh, Agathe Mora, and Christos Varvantakis, 16 juillet 2020, https://doi.org/10.21428/6ffd8432.a7503356

cOAlition S develops “Rights Retention Strategy” to safeguard researchers’ intellectual ownership rights and suppress unreasonable embargo periods

« Publishers commonly require authors to sign exclusive publishing agreements which restrict what authors can do with their research findings, including … Continuer la lecture de « cOAlition S develops “Rights Retention Strategy” to safeguard researchers’ intellectual ownership rights and suppress unreasonable embargo periods »

Source > coalition-s.org, 15 juillet 2020

Lettre de la science ouverte | numéro 15

« Bibliodiversité, plurilinguisme et diversité disciplinaire La France répond à la consultation lancée par l’UNESCO pour sa recommandation sur la science … Continuer la lecture de « Lettre de la science ouverte | numéro 15 »

Source > lettre.ouvrirlascience.fr, 10 juillet 2020

Zenodo.org: Why we are removing the Altmetric.com badges

« (…) We have recently been contacted by Altmetric.com, who has informed us that their free tier which we have been … Continuer la lecture de « Zenodo.org: Why we are removing the Altmetric.com badges »

Source > blog.zenodo.org, Alex Ioannidis, Jose Benito Gonzalez Lopez, Lars Holm Nielsen, Tim Smith, 9 juillet 2020

Consolidating institutional repositories in a digital, free, open access publication platform for all scholarly output

« Funders increasingly mandate researchers to publish their scientific articles in open access and to retain their copyright. Universities all over … Continuer la lecture de « Consolidating institutional repositories in a digital, free, open access publication platform for all scholarly output »

Source > liberquarterly.eu, Saskia Woutersen-Windhouwer, Eva Méndez Rodríguez, Jeroen Sondervan, Frans J. Oort, 29 juin 2020

Open Science for a Global Transformation: CODATA coordinated submission to the UNESCO Open Science Consultation

« UNESCO is preparing a Recommendation on Open Science to be adopted by Member States in 2021.  To contribute to this process, … Continuer la lecture de « Open Science for a Global Transformation: CODATA coordinated submission to the UNESCO Open Science Consultation »

Source > zenodo.org, CODATA Coordinated Expert Group, Berkman, Paul Arthur, Brase, Jan, Hartshorn, Richard, Hodson, Simon, Hugo, Wim, … Pfeiffenberger, Hans. (2020, July 8). Open Science for a Global Transformation: CODATA coordinated submission to the UNESCO Open Science Consultation. Zenodo. http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3935461

UNESCO Regional Consultation on Open Science for Western Europe and North America – 23 July, 3-6 pm Paris time

« This online meeting is part of a series of regional consultations aimed at building a global consensus on open science. … Continuer la lecture de « UNESCO Regional Consultation on Open Science for Western Europe and North America – 23 July, 3-6 pm Paris time »

Source > en.unesco.org, 2020

Formations en science ouverte dans les bibliothèques européennes de recherche

« Le document « Open Science Training Methods and Practices across European Research Libraries » présente les résultats d’une étude du groupe … Continuer la lecture de « Formations en science ouverte dans les bibliothèques européennes de recherche »

Source > ouvrirlascience.fr, 26 juin 2020

LIBER Open Science Training Methods and Practices Across European Research Libraries – Survey Analysis

« Open science skills training programmes’ strategies, methods and impact are at the heart of LIBER’s Digital skills for library staff … Continuer la lecture de « LIBER Open Science Training Methods and Practices Across European Research Libraries – Survey Analysis »

Source > zenodo.org, Swiatek, Cécile, McCaffrey, Ciara, Meyer, Thorsten, Svenbro, Anna, Brinken, Helene, Egerton, Frank, … Clavel, Karin. (2020). LIBER Open Science Training Methods and Practices Across European Research Libraries - Survey Analysis. http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3903142

Community funding for Open Science infrastructure: SCOSS 2 years in

« With a huge Open Science (OS) policy momentum, libraries are increasingly facilitating access to their institutions’ research outputs. We are … Continuer la lecture de « Community funding for Open Science infrastructure: SCOSS 2 years in »

Source > zenodo.org, Proudman, Vanessa, Borchert, Martin, & Tsakonas, Giannis. (2020). Community funding for Open Science infrastructure: SCOSS 2 years in. Zenodo. http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3878542

COAR survey finds no large barriers for repository platforms in complying with Plan S

« (…) The survey found that most repository platforms currently support compliance with Plan S mandatory criteria and, in the few … Continuer la lecture de « COAR survey finds no large barriers for repository platforms in complying with Plan S »

Source > coar-repositories.org, 17 juin 2020

Save the date: September 24, Open day on Open Science 2020: Drop your data FAIR

« September 24th, DANS organizes an Open day on Open Science together with Promovendi Netwerk Nederland, Horizon2020 project OpenAIRE and Open … Continuer la lecture de « Save the date: September 24, Open day on Open Science 2020: Drop your data FAIR »

Source > dans.knaw.nl, juin 2020

Elsevier: Open science and the reward system: how can they be aligned? July 2 2020 [Open science webinar]

« (…) On July 2, experts on open science and career assessment will come together to discuss the current reward system … Continuer la lecture de « Elsevier: Open science and the reward system: how can they be aligned? July 2 2020 [Open science webinar] »

Source > elsevier.com, Stephane Berghmans, PhD, 17 juin 2020