Webinar@AIMS "How to practically support Open Access: OpenAIRE"

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3 Dec 2015 @ 04:00pm @ 05:00pm
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The Agricultural Information Management Standards (AIMS) Community [1], is pleased to announce a new webinar entitled “How to practically support Open Access: Guidelines for Data Providers of the OpenAIRE scholarly communication infrastructure" [2]. The session will take place on the 3rd of December 2015 – 16:00 CET and will be presented by Jochen Schirrwagen [3], one of the co-authors of the OpenAIRE guidelines [4].

ABOUT THE WEBINAR

This webinar will provide an overview of the OpenAIRE Guidelines for data source managers who operate literature repositories, data archives or current research information systems.

The general principle of these guidelines is to improve interoperability of bibliographic information exchange between repositories, e-journals, CRIS and research infrastructures. In particular they are a means to help content providers to comply with Open Access policies and enable reporting of research output from public funding, e.g. the European Commission Open Access mandate in Horizon2020. An important aspect of the continuous development of these guidelines includes the use of established authority files and controlled vocabularies.

REGISTRATION

The session is open to anyone but places are limited. If you are interested to attend the webinar, send an e-mail to , containing the following information: your name, affiliation, email and country.

[1] http://aims.fao.org
[2] http://aims.fao.org/activity/blog/new-webinaraims-how-practically-support-open-access-guidelines-data-providers-openaire
[3] https://de.linkedin.com/in/jochen-schirrwagen-280799106; http://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/person/7323749
[4] https://www.openaire.eu/

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