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Find out more about how OpenAIRE works in a recent article in College and Research Libraries.

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Webinars on Open Access and Open Research Data Pilot in H2020

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On May 28, 2015, OpenAIRE organised a webinar on the Open Access to Publications Mandate in Horizon 2020. The webinar was run by Inge Van Nieuwerburgh (UGent) and lasted for...

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Horizon 2020 Open Access mandate: OpenAIRE webinar

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Did you know that if you are receiving Horizon2020 funding you have to make all your publications Open Access? Join our free webinar, led by Inge Van Nieuwerburgh (Ghent University...

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Not Enough: Elsevier's Sharing Policy not as Open as it seems

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Global coalition of organizations denounce the policy and urge Elsevier to revise the new sharing policy. OpenAIRE signs statement disagreeing with Elsevier's new sharing policy....  

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Success Story: Disseminating research via OpenAIRE

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Researchers can find compliance to funding agencies' OA demands a challenge. The Spanish National Research Council, CSIC, has come up with innovative ways of supporting them to deposit articles and make...

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Sweden: Open Access for the long-term

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ERC revises its Open Access Guidelines

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OpenAIRE2020: A new horizon for open science

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A successful OA week @OpenAIRE

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What did we do during OA Week 2014? Check it out here:   Open Access Week 2014 by OpenAIRE from OpenAIRE

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It's OAW2014! Find out more about the EC OA policies.

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  In Horizon 2020, the European Commission announced that the Open Access Pilot would oblige all H2020 projects to provide Open Access to their scientific peer reviewed publications. Find out how OpenAIRE supports...

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OAW14: OpenAIRE webinars

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OpenAIRE is organising a series of webinars hosted by our own experts on the following topics: the Open Access Mandate  and the Open Research Data Pilot in H2020, the new...

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Studies on Subject-Specific Requirements for Open Access Infrastructure

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The OpenAIRE "Studies on Subject-Specific Requirements for Open Access Infrastructures" highlight the subject-specific requirements to get an in-depth understanding of today's research infrastructures and future needs. They cover five different disciplines, that of

 

  • Health and Life Sciences (Chapter B, G)
  • Information and Communication Technology (Chapter C)
  • Environment data (Chapter F)
  • Socio-economic sciences and Humanities (Chapter E)
  • e-infrastructures (Chapter D)
The study is published as a book and individual chapters, consisting of
  1. an introduction
  2. six subject-specific case studies from highly qualified subject specialists
  3. a comparative conclusion
The case studies address the correlation between subject specificity, Open Access and infrastructure. They show principles of existing research infrastructures and draw conclusions for a roadmap.
* Chapter A: Meier zu Verl, C., & W. Horstmann. 2011. “Introduction”, in: C. Meier zu Verl, & W. Horstmann (Eds.), Studies on Subject-Specific Requirements for Open Access Infrastructure. Bielefeld: Universitätsbibliothek, 5 - 17.
* Chapter B: Besemer, H., C. Addison, F. Pelloni, E.M. Porcari, & N. Manning-Thomas. 2011. “Agricultural Research”, in: C. Meier zu Verl, & W. Horstmann (Eds.), Studies on Subject-Specific Requirements for Open Access Infrastructure. Bielefeld: Universitätsbibliothek, 19 - 68.
* Chapter C: Spohr, D., & P. Cimiano. 2011. “Information and Communication Technology”, in: C. Meier zu Verl, & W. Horstmann (Eds.), Studies on Subject-Specific Requirements for Open Access Infrastructure. Bielefeld: Universitätsbibliothek, 69 - 124.
* Chapter D: Candela, L., A. Katifori, & P. Manghi. 2011. “e-Infrastructures Area”, in: C. Meier zu Verl, & W. Horstmann (Eds.), Studies on Subject-Specific Requirements for Open Access Infrastructure. Bielefeld: Universitätsbibliothek, 126 - 163.
* Chapter E: Hogenaar, A. , H. Tjalsma, & M. Priddy. 2011. “Research in the Humanities and Social Sciences”, in: C. Meier zu Verl, & W. Horstmann (Eds.), Studies on Subject-Specific Requirements for Open Access Infrastructure. Bielefeld: Universitätsbibliothek, 165 - 213.
* Chapter F: Hamann, I. . 2011. “Climate Research”, in: C. Meier zu Verl, & W. Horstmann (Eds.), Studies on Subject-Specific Requirements for Open Access Infrastructure. Bielefeld: Universitätsbibliothek, 216 - 309.
* Chapter G: McEntyre, J. , & A. Swan. 2011. “Health Sciences”, in: C. Meier zu Verl, & W. Horstmann (Eds.), Studies on Subject-Specific Requirements for Open Access Infrastructure. Bielefeld: Universitätsbibliothek, 312 - 357.
* Chapter H: Meier zu Verl, C., & W. Horstmann. 2011. “Subject-Specific Requirements for Open Access Infrastructure - Attempt at a Synthesis”, in: C. Meier zu Verl, & W. Horstmann (Eds.), Studies on Subject-Specific Requirements for Open Access Infrastructure. Bielefeld: Universitätsbibliothek, 345 - 366.

 


 

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  • Editors C. Meier zu Verl, & W. Horstmann (Eds.). 2011. Studies on Subject-Specific Requirements for Open Access Infrastructure. Bielefeld: Universitätsbibliothek.
    DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.2390/PUB-2011-1

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