In the week of October 21st-27th 2019, OpenAIRE has organized a series of activities to highlight its continuous engagement with Open Access and Open Science. Over 700 viewers participated in our webinar series, where specialists talked about RDM, H2020 policies, the OpenAPC project, Inclusive Science and a primer for open access journals on how to become Plan S compliant. We much appreciate the special participation and contribution of all speakers and also of all the participants!
The OpenAIRE Provide management team hosts a web conference call series with the community of the OpenAIRE content providers. The meeting is an opportunity to present and discuss recent developments in OpenAIRE, upcoming releases about the provide-related services and other related relevant topics. In particular, it is a dedicated time for discussion and feedback about interoperability issues and the OpenAIRE infrastructure.
This is the time of Latin American countries to join Open Science
Sharing knowledge. Technology Collaboration. Defining a common Roadmap. These were just some of the aims of the first technical workshop among LA Referencia and OpenAIRE in Heredia, Costa Rica (29 and 30 of October), with representatives from 12 countries from Latin America.
Greek stakeholders creating Open Science footprints
How many does it take to make a difference? Does a bottom-up approach really work? Find out more about the Greek Open Science initiative and work for embedding Open Science principles in the core of the current Research and Innovation system.
The Journey to EOSC - preparing at national level"
Right from its early days, OpenAIRE and EOSC-hub have been actively engaged in working towards making the bold idea of the European Science Cloud a reality. During this year's OpenScienceFAIR, two workshops celebrated this on-going and productive collaboration between OpenAIRE and EOSC-hub by highlighting a variety of perspectives on EOSC from national, regional, subject-specific and data management-related points-of-view.