OpenAIRE introduces students from across Europe into the world of open science
The OpenAIRE pilot on Citizen Science has made progress! More and more schools and students all over Europe are involved in research activities and are experimenting with real research workflows. This innovative project introduces students into the concept of open science, the value of data and electronic identities, helping them develop their critical thinking skills and learn more about the importance of supporting their point of view. Students are our future researchers. We all know that early bird catches the worm…
A traditional deal merges with an Open Access pilot
In the wave of institutions cancelling their subscriptions with Elsevier, the Norwegian Consortium Unit (OpenAIRE Partner and coordinator of Region North) decided to revert their decision of not renewing and made an interesting deal that could serve as an example for other countries.
How Latin America approaches scholarly communication in the light of international developments
The report paves the way to a regional discussion around the future strategies for open access in Latin America, to understand how the traditional approach could change and evolve in the light of developments such as Plan S.
Both organizations share the vision of realizing an optimal research information ecosystem and infrastructure, using technology to store, preserve, manage, share, use and re-use the information on research.