As a funder, your research outputs count. Are you aware how many open access publications your funding streams produce? How can you monitor these valuable research items? The importance in obtaining this data in an agile and easy way, in a single environment, can be helped with this service.
OpenAIRE provides a service for national funders to report the outcomes of their work, and to give an overview of scholarly output, enabling visibility to all stakeholders:
Funder Monitoring Dashboard: https://monitor.openaire.eu/
In addition, OpenAIRE allows the researcher and/or administrator to gather the outcomes of their projects all in a single webpage in order to simplify reporting.
OpenAIRE can also provide advance analytics on demand that can be exported with the ease of a click.
OpenAIRE stands for an open and transparent policy on open science, to empower a research infrastructure that gives access to all funded research results (research literature, datasets, software and other research products).
Therefore open access, open research data and open science require participatory and joined-up infrastructures in order to embed a culture of ‘open’ and ‘transparent’ in national funder and institutional policies.
There are significant economic, social and educational benefits in making research outputs available to access without financial, legal and technical barriers. Open Access (OA) incorporates national research into an interoperable network of global knowledge, increases national research impact, provides new research partnerships, and removes professional isolation.
The Commission’s strategy is to develop and implement OA to research results from projects funded by the EU Research Framework Programmes, namely FP7 and Horizon 2020.
For more information about policies and mandates see our guide here.