Share: deposit and publish in OA
Share your research results. Make your research more visible. Comply with funder mandates. How? It's simpler than you think! Take a few minutes and go over our comprehensive information pack:
And then use our services to
- Find an institutional or data repository to deposit your results
- Deposit in ZENODO, an OpenAIRE/CERN repository
- Use an EC fund to publish FP7 post-grant publications
Once you deposit in a fully OpenAIRE compliant repository your publications & data will be reported automatically to the EC's participant portal at reporting time.
Ιn our linked data world your research is yet another piece of the puzzle. Publishing/depositing in OA is a major step, but doing it properly is equally important.Your best bet is to use repositories/journals that use persistent IDs (e.g., CrossRef, DataCite, CNRI handles, ORCID, FundRef) and they expose data in an interoperable form.
So what to do? When you publish or deposit in OA make sure you use a fully OpenAIRE complaint repository . If you don't, use our linking services afterwards and associate your research results:
- Link publications or data to funding for our associated funders
- Link publications with data - buttons are in every publication/data landing page
Search in 21,378,079 publications and 607,019 datasets from 11,357 repositories and OA journals
Research in context. Navigate and find related research entities.
We aggregate content from many different validated sources from Europe and beyond. But we don't stop there! We apply cleaning, transformation, disambiguation and text mining processes to identify relationships among key research entities: publications - data- funding - researchers - organisations - data sources.
Make advanced queries to view the results of projects, funding schemes or institutions, view embedded statistics, and finallly jump to the original data sources to retrieve the content.
Have you read our information pack and you are still not sure what to do? Our OA experts will help you in any of your questions, so do not hesitate to contact us:
- how to select the repository that best fit your needs
- how to deposit so that your research results (publications & data) is more visible
- how to comply with funder mandates (EC and national funders)
- how to deal with publishers and their embargo periods or licences
- how to report to the EC and other funders
- how to go about your data. What data management tools to use
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