Open Science in a-click through the Open Science Lens
How many hours do we spend on browsing the internet and searching for the article that supports our research and topic of focus? Plenty. For more than ten years, OpenAIRE has enabled us to find open access publications via OpenAIRE Explore and OpenAIRE Research Graph which offer an entry point to 100+ mi publications and 1+ mi research data objects. As science evolves, publications and data exponentially grow, we seek for shortcuts and easy, trustable ways to perform work. Open Science Lens, the result of the our Open Innovation Call, shifts our approach from the curent status, i.e., a dedicated web site like OpenAIRE EXPLORE, to bring the wealth of information of open sciencee where it matters.
New features in Argos DMP Service: listening to the community
Argos is a new service in the OpenAIRE portfolio and we have started building a user base to ensure that we develop a service that responds to real needs. Based on the feedback we have received, our team enhanced Argos with new features to improve the interoperation and the user experience.
OpenAIRE is working to adapt the FAIR RDA Data Maturity Model indicators in our Validator service. The Validator is available to every user via the PROVIDE dashboard and is intended to provide an impression of the FAIRness of their repository.
This year's theme is about "Fostering local and global open science communities". The aim is 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.
The OSF2021 organizing committee invites proposals for workshops, lightning talks and demos.
In May 2021, 100 experts adopted by consensus the draft text of the UNESCO Recommendation on Open Science. The text will now be submitted to the UNESCO General Conference, for final adoption in November 2021.
Science Europe's latest effort presents a practical guide for funders, performers, and data infrastructures. Three maturity matrices that allow organizations to evaluate the status of their policies and practices, and to identify next steps towards sustainable data sharing.
Our portfolio of support material is continuously being updated. Check our new factsheets on FAIR for Research Institutions and funders and the RDM service development checklist which offers an overview of the different capabilities required to develop effective RDM support.