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UKRI announces new Open Access Policy

06/08/2021
 

« UK Research and Innovation’s (UKRI) new policy will increase opportunity for the findings of publicly funded research to be accessed, shared and reused.
Following extensive consultation with the sector, UKRI has published a single Open Access Policy for research publications that acknowledge funding from its councils.
UKRI’s updated policy requires immediate open access for peer-reviewed research articles submitted for publication from 1 April 2022. (…) »

cOAlition S welcomes the Plan S-aligned Open Access policy from UKRI

06/08/2021
 

« cOAlition S – an international consortium of research funding and performing organisations committed to implementing Plan S – warmly welcomes the publication of the updated UKRI Open Access (OA) policy and its explicit commitment to full and immediate Open Access.

Key aspects of the updated UKRI policy includes:

  • Zero embargoes. All UKRI funded research articles must be made OA at the time of publication;
  • Open licences. All UKRI funded research must be licensed CC BY (with some minor exceptions);
  • No funding of APCs in hybrid journals, outside of transformative arrangements;
  • Multiple routes to support compliance, including depositing the Author’s Accepted Manuscript (or Version of Record, where the publisher permits) in an institutional or subject repository at the time of final publication.

Marc Schiltz, Chair of the cOAlition S Leaders’ Group and President of Science Europe, commented: “We are delighted that UKRI have developed such a strong Open Access policy aligned with Plan S principles, recognising that publishing in this form maximises the impact of research.  After the European Commission, another heavy-weight funder with multi-billion dollar annual investments in research and innovation is now adopting a strong OA policy. No doubt the UKRI Open Access policy will be a model and inspiration for other funders worldwide”. (…) »

Open Science FAIR 2021, 20 September – 23 September 2021

06/08/2021
 

« Join us for the 3rd Open Science FAIR Conference, an international event for all topics related to Open Science
Why?
Open science (also referred to as open scholarship) is at a crossroads. Implementation and adoption are progressing, with researchers, research institutions, funding agencies, service providers and infrastructures all engaging at various levels. However, different models are emerging which produce a seemingly fragmented ecosystem and achieve small steps on top of traditional scholarly communication system. In order to enable international and interdisciplinary research, we need to ensure interoperability across communities and services while still maintaining our ability to support diversity of workflows and knowledge systems.
Who?
OSFair2021 is organized as an emblematic initiative of OpenAIRE, co-organized by key international initiatives in the area of Open Science: COAREIFLForce11LA ReferenciaLIBEROPERASSparcSparc Europe.
What?
OS Fair 2021 aims to bring together and empower open science communities and services; to identify common practices related to open science; to see what are the best synergies to deliver and operate services that work for many; and to bring experiences from all around the world and learn from each other. »

Bienvenue sur le site des données publiques sur l’eau en France

06/08/2021
 

« Ce site offre un accès libre aux données sur l’eau, les milieux aquatiques et leurs usages, publiées sur les sites de la toile Eaufrance.
Ces données sont proposées gratuitement, dans des formats électroniques exploitables, et sous licence ouverte.
Elles sont accompagnées de métadonnées (description de la donnée) qui les rendent facilement exploitables ; elles peuvent ainsi être analysées, agrégées, comparées avec d’autres données et réutilisées pour des besoins spécifiques par les acteurs de l’eau, les collectivités locales, les entreprises, les scientifiques, les associations, les citoyens ou les journalistes…
Au-delà des données ce site propose des exemples d’exploitation des services et des applications spécifiques basés sur ces données.
La mise à disposition des données sur l’eau et les milieux aquatiques répond à l’obligation de l’accès à tous aux informations environnementales, à celle du droit de réutilisation des données publiques. (…) »

OASPA Online Conference on Open Access Scholarly Publishing – 21 September – 23 September 2021

06/08/2021
 

« We are pleased to announce that registration is now open for the 2021 OASPA Conference on Open Access Scholarly Publishing. (…)
The preliminary program is now available. The final program will be announced in August.
The 2021 online conference will address many timely and fundamental topics relating to open scholarly communication and also offer a forum for collective reflection on the ongoing impact of the pandemic and our endeavours to ensure scholarship is open and accessible to all to address all current and future challenges.
The event will include panels, keynotes, an extended opening discussion and lightning poster talks. »

L’Amérique latine pourrait devenir un leader mondial de la science ouverte non commerciale

05/08/2021
 

« Pour répondre aux défis que nous réserve le siècle à venir, des pandémies au changement climatique en passant par l’automatisation et le big data, la science doit s’ouvrir à tous. Les citoyens doivent avoir le même accès aux informations que les chercheurs, et les scientifiques pouvoir accéder à des bases de données de qualité et interconnectées afin de nous aider à mieux comprendre le monde qui nous entoure.
Ces principes sont parmi ceux qui guident le mouvement Science ouverte. La durabilité et l’inclusion sont essentielles pour une science ouverte. Elles peuvent être favorisées par la mise en œuvre commune de pratiques, d’infrastructures et de modèles de financement garantissant une participation équitable des scientifiques issus d’institutions et de pays défavorisés, dans une recherche du progrès et d’approfondissement des connaissances.
Nous devons nous assurer que les bénéfices de la science sont partagés, sans restriction, entre les scientifiques et le grand public. L’une des façons d’y parvenir consiste à créer des systèmes scientifiques nationaux afin de partager et d’améliorer le savoir dans des domaines variés. (…) »

JISC: New feature for repositories to self-assess against Plan S requirements

05/08/2021
 

« Jisc’s OpenDOAR (Directory of Open Access Repositories) has launched a self-assessment feature for repository staff that allows them to check whether their repository meets the six Plan S requirements for repositories. (…) »

SPARC Response to OSTP Request for Information to Improve Scientific Integrity Policies (86 FR 34064) (.pdf)

04/08/2021
 

« SPARC (the Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition) is an advocacy organization working on behalf of more than 240 academic and research library
members to make research and education open and equitable by design. We believe that sharing knowledge is a fundamental human right, and that strong open science policies that reflect this right will simultaneously increase scientific integrity while also increasing and diversifying participation in the scientific enterprise.
We thank OSTP for the opportunity to provide comments on federal scientific integrity policies and to make suggestions for their improvement.
Open Science is Foundational to Ensuring Integrity and Equity in the Scientific Enterprise
A strong open science policy should be a cornerstone of the Biden Administration’s approach to improving scientific integrity. Open science can significantly advance numerous areas that impact public trust in research—including reproducibility, error and fraud detection, prevention of the suppression or distortion of scientific findings, and the advancement of equity in research. (…) »

Coronavirus disinformation: online platforms take new actions and call for more players to join the Code of Practice

04/08/2021
 

« The Commission has published the reports by Facebook, Twitter, TikTok, Microsoft and Google on measures taken in June to combat coronavirus disinformation. The current signatories and the Commission are also calling on new companies to join the Code of Practice on disinformation as it will help broaden its impact and make it more effective. (…) »

VOSviewer goes online! (Part 2)

03/08/2021
 

« Last week, CWTS colleagues Nees Jan van Eck and Ludo Waltman published a post in which they announced the launch of VOSviewer Online. Today, they discuss a new update of the regular stand-alone VOSviewer tool, offering additional possibilities for making VOSviewer visualizations available online. (…) »

La Fête de la science de 2018 à 2020 : évolutions et réflexions

02/08/2021
 

« Les éditions 2018, 2019 et 2020 ont chacune fait l’objet d’un bilan annuel. Cette note en précise les grandes évolutions. L’enquête annuelle de suivi de la Fête de la science connaît un taux de réponse de plus en plus élevé (87 % pour l’édition 2020) et révèle que la Fête de la science propose habituellement, chaque année, près de 3 500 évènements et plus de 10 000 animations, en en faisant le temps phare de la rencontre entre la science et la société. (…) »

SSHOC: Roundtable of Experts on Data Citation

02/08/2021
 

« On May 20th 2021, SSHOC hosted a Roundtable of Experts for Data Citation, to stimulate discussion on data citation in the Social Sciences and Humanities (SSH). The session was led by CNRS and had around 30 participants, including invited speakers from UGOE, CLARIN, CNR/ISTI, the Turing Institute, the Observatory of Paris – PSL Research University, Vienna – RDA data citation WG, OpenAIRE and CODATA. (…) »







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