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Supporting Open Science in Spain

OpenAIRE is a key infrastructure for the implementation of the EU's Open Science policy We are enthusiastic implementers of the OpenAIRE Guidelines among the Spanish repositories!by Laura Valeria Bonora &  Pilar Rico-Castro The OpenAIRE team has the pleasure of speaking to Laura Valeria Bonora and Pilar Rico-Castro, Head of Unit for Open Access, Repositories and Journals at FECYT. Read their reflections on Open Science.  How does FECYT support Open Science in Spain? The Spanis...

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In 2021, important discussions began on Open Science among various stakeholders from research, university leadership and policy making areas in Hungary. From May 28th, 2021, the University of Debrecen University and National Library (UDUNL) and Governmental Agency for IT Development (KIFÜ) host online events regularly to keep up the conversation on national Open Science practices, the benefits of FAIR research data management and the importance of collaborative science in the Hungarian research ...

On October 18th 2021 an official position paper was released in Hungary on Open Science. The purpose of the document is to articulate the directions scientific communication is headed in the country considering the ongoing paradigm shift in science. The statement is the outcome of many consultations of several Hungarian institutions. First, the position paper defines what is considered Open Science, then it enumerates the key pillars of the Open Science ecosystem. open access to research outputs...

At the end of March 2022, the National Assembly of the Republic of Slovenia adopted the Resolution on the Slovenian Scientific Research and Innovation Strategy 2030 which was published in the Official Gazette of the Republic of Slovenia in April 2022. This is a key Slovenian strategic document for research and innovation until 2030, which will be the basis for formulating policies related to social and economic development as well as to societal challenges. The Scientific Research and Innovation...

By the end of 2025, Malta shifts to a state of immediate Open Access in terms of research publications by  Kevin J. Ellul In 2019, the Malta Council for Science & Technology (MCST) has secured the support of the H2020 Policy Support Facility (PSF) to develop a National Open Access Policy. The PSF exercise kicked-off in July 2019 whereby a panel of experts undertook two country visits and discussed ideas and challenges with relevant Maltese stakeholders. The expert panel prepared a tailo...

OpenAIRE offers a wide range of services that already contribute to our Open Science efforts   "OpenAIRE has a long and strong commitment to training and support for putting Open Science into practice"by Jens H. Aasheim The OpenAIRE team has the pleasure of speaking to Jens H. Aasheim, Senior Advisor at the Norwegian Centre for Research Data. Read his reflections on Open Science. How does UNIT support Open Science in Norway? First of all, as of 2022, we are now call Sikt. This is ...

Regarding European Commission (EC) funding projects, OpenAIRE provides instructions on how to expose the projects information metadata through the Guidelines for datasource managers (https://guidelines.openaire.eu/), now including Horizon Europe (HE) projects. By following the OpenAIRE Guidelines for Literature, institutional, and thematic Repositories it is ensured that metadata specifications from the Horizon Europe (HE) Open Science requirements are met. To this end, OpenAIRE started by updat...

The incentives for new OpenCitations innovative solutions  by Chiara Di Giambattista Two years ago, in their canonical 2020 QSS paper on OpenCitations, Silvio Peroni and David Shotton anticipated the creation of the new database, OpenCitations Meta, able to "offer a faster and richer service" by storing bibliographic metadata "in house". Meta would "avoid duplication of data by efficiently permitting us to keep […] a single copy of the metadata for each of the bibliographic entities involve...

Croatian Science Foundation has announced that from March 15 2022 the Research Data Management Plan (RDMP) will be a mandatory part of the application documentation for all future projects financed by the Croatian Science Foundation.

Since its start in 2020, the "Research Data Management in Austria" webinar series has brought together researchers and experts from support services such as libraries and IT centers to learn about RDM and Open Research. The series is a joint effort of the FAIR Data Austria project and the Austrian Network for Repository Managers (RepManNet). After fifteen successful events covering a wide range of subjects – from writing a data management plan to version control with Git – the team of FAIR Data ...

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