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OpenAIRE webinar series for repository managers 2017/2018

OpenAIRE webinar series for repository managers 2017/2018

To empower our repository network, OpenAIRE is organizing a series of 10 webinars over the next 8 months. The main idea is to approach different OpenAIRE services and tools for content providers and recent repository developments, including: OpenAIRE Dashboard for Content Providers, Scholix guidelines for data-literature integration, OpenAIRE guidelines, Metrics and OpenAIRE usage statistics service, Text and Data Mining, the role of repositories in Open Access funder policy compliance, and next generation repositories. Check our calendar and stay tuned for further news!

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Researchers

Researchers

Why Open Access. How to comply. What services to use.
Data Providers

Data Providers

How to make your content more visible. What to do to increase quality. How to join.
Research Admins

Research Admins

How to monitor research results. What services to use for your needs.
Funders

Funders

Why align policies and practices. How to monitor and analyze results.

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What to deposit?

Either one of the documents described below should be deposited in an institutional or subject repository upon acceptance for publication:
  • Published version: publisher’s final version of the paper, including all modifications from the peer review process, copyediting and stylistic edits, and formatting changes (usually a PDF document) or
  • Final manuscript accepted for publication: final manuscript of a peer-reviewed paper accepted for journal publication, including all modifications from the peer review process, but not yet formatted by the publisher (also referred to as post-print version).

When your project is part of the Open Research Data Pilot, you should also deposit the data (and metadata) needed to validate results in your scientific publications, and other curated and/or raw data (and metadata) that you specify in your Data Management Plan.

  • Link

    Your research results. Associate them with funding.
  • Join

    Register & validate your source. Literature, data repositories, OA journals, CRIS systems.
  • Monitor

    View Open Access progress. Analyze research.
  • Publish

    Learn how to get funds for your post-grant FP7 publications.

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