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EU and Latin America working together towards a common Open Access implementation

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OA repositories are connected through regional and thematic networks. Two of the largest regional networks are OpenAIRE in Europe and LA Referencia in Latin America. Given the truly international and collaborative nature of research, these networks must also be connected and aligned around issues such as policy, technologies and services.
LA Referencia and OpenAIRE are collaborating to expand the adoption of guidelines developed through OpenAIRE in Latin America in order to demonstrate of the value of repository interoperability.

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Studies on Subject-Specific Requirements for Open Access Infrastructure

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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