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Androniki Pavlidou

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OpenAIRE entity, services, and sustainability

Published on September 18, 2023
The CEO of OpenAIRE, Natalia Manola, is invited to briefly present OpenAIRE, its history, and what it offers to the Open Science community. The evolvement of OpenAIRE from being a project to becoming a non-for-profit entity is discussed. Therefore, the conversation moves to the evolvement of the organisation OpenAIRE, its services, and sustainability. How does OpenAIRE approaches the challenge that all Open Science services providers, research infrastructures and organisations actively working on Open Science, face? How does OpenAIRE align with the EC guidelines on Open Science and the need to explore business models and revenues streams for its services. Is OpenAIRE going to charge everyone that will use its services? What are the first thoughts and steps taken towards a sustainable OpenAIRE? What is the role of the OpenAIRE network?

Lastly, what is EOSC and the position of OpenAIRE within EOSC. What are the EOSC Core services provided by OpenAIRE?

The interview closes with a wish! Happy birthday OpenAIRE!
Speakers: Natalia Manola
Series: Open Science and OpenAIRE for Institutions | Open Science and OpenAIRE for RIs| Open Science and OpenAIRE for funders| Open Science and OpenAIRE for researchers

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