OpenAIRE Institutional Dashboard: A new monitoring service tailored to your needs
Understanding one's community, measuring the uptake of Open Science and the impact of research outcomes, and discovering the trends, connections and collaborations to decide upon and optimise future actions are at the core of a research organisation.
We listened to our members' requests and we are now releasing the first version of the OpenAIRE Institutional Dashboard, a new service in our Monitoring suite. Built on the OpenAIRE Research Graph, the service offers institutions the opportunity to track their research activities (grants, publications, datasets, software), and their performance in areas such as Open Science policy uptake (FAIRness, access rights, OA routes, APCs, journal business models - e.g., transformative), collaborations, reach and visibility, Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), etc.
As this is only the beginning, we would be very interested to have you test it out and to hear your opinion.
The latest version of Argos goes one step further with repository integrations and helps researchers and administrators in practice.
(1) Pre-filling of datasets: collects validated dataset information and completes DMP sections automatically, with special link to Zenodo; (2) New admin UI to support the creation of DMP templates on how to create community specific templates and share with your community; (3) Updated Handbook to support you in better undestanding and using the service.
Argos: What have we learned so far about DMPs in Europe?
Argos simplifies the creation, management, validation and monitoring of DMPs and syncs with the global landscape. This OpenAIRE service addresses not only DMPs as a whole but also Open and FAIR information about all datasets described in single DMPs. See how Argos comes to grips with areas with gaps and/or inconsistencies reported by the EC, enhances current practices and responds to issues and challenges arising in the special table our team designed for you.
“OpenAIRE has a long and strong commitment to training and support for putting Open Science into practice.”
The OpenAIRE team has the pleasure of speaking to Jens H. Aasheim, Senior Advisor at the Norwegian Centre for Research Data.
Norwegian Government's goal of full OA to research articles in 2024 is well underway. Collaborations such as the one among national CRIS, RCN funder and OpenAIRE is a great example of grasping opportunities for monitroring. Open data needs more awareness, training and infrastructure.
The policy recommends a “phase-in” approach for the implementation of the actions presented which aim that by the end of 2025, Malta shifts to a state of immediate Open Access in terms of research publications.
As of March 2022, OpenAIRE has been listed among the organisations and initiatives that have formally adopted the POSI principles. Our team work systematically to align with all POSI criteria and ensure that scholarly infrastructure remains open. For all.