sreda, avgust 22, 2012

Novice o Odprtem dostopu

Čas je za nov nabor novic o odprtem dostopu, ki jih zavzeto  pripravlja kolegica dr. Kotarjeva iz Univerzitetne službe za knjižnično dejavnost UL:


  • Slovenija
  • Usmeritve Evropske komisije glede odprtega dostopa v Obzorju 2020
  • Razpis 7. OP: razvoj nacionalnih politik odprtega dostopa in izobraževanje deležnikov
  • Deklaracije, politike, analize stanja, projekti
  • Poročilo Finch (Velika Britanija)
  • Avtorskopravni vidiki
  • Odprte revije
  • Repozitoriji
  • Zasledovanje odmevnosti objav
  • Odprti podatki raziskav
  • Obogatene objave (povezovanje objav in podatkov raziskav)
  • Zaključna dela študija


Strategija trajnega ohranjanja digitalnih virov v Narodni in univerzitetni knjižnici 2012-2020

Usmeritve Evropske komisije glede odprtega dostopa v Obzorju 2020

Communication on a reinforced European Research Area partnership for excellence and growth

Communication Towards better access to scientific information: Boosting the benefits of public investments in research

Recommendation on access to and preservation of scientific information

V slovenskem jeziku:

Commission staff working document accompanying the Recommendation on access to and preservation of scientific information (Executive Summary of Impact Assessment)

Commission staff working document accompanying the Recommendation on access to and preservation of scientific information (Impact Assessment)

Usmeritve dostopne na spletni strani Policy Iniciatives,

EIFL welcomes the EC Communication and Recommendation

SPARC Europe response to EC Communication and Recommendation

Knowledge Exchange welcomes communication and recommendation from European Commission

Razpis 7. OP: razvoj nacionalnih politik odprtega dostopa in izobraževanje deležnikov
The FP7 Work Programme “Science in Society” for the year 2013 call has been published. It contains two new calls for proposals in the field of open access:
SiS.2013.1.3.3-1: Upstream support to the definition, development and implementation of open access strategies and policies and to their coordination
This topic supports actions with a clear European added value that are aimed at developing, improving or consolidating co-ordination activities and policies at upstream level. The proposed actions should define or reinforce national strategies, promote their convergence in the European Research Area and facilitate their implementation at national level, in the remit of the policy developments on open access to and preservation of scientific information and Horizon 2020. Target groups are any bodies with sufficient authority and decision-making power in EU Member States and Associated Countries that address and/or co-ordinate policies and activities relating to open access.
SiS.2013.1.3.3-2: Downstream training on Open Access
This topic supports actions with a clear European added value that are aimed at developing, improving or consolidating training activities at downstream level and reach the highest number of stakeholders in the European Research Area. Actions proposed must be aimed at training stakeholders with a view to permitting them and/or their organisations to fully comprehend policy and practical aspects of open access to scientific information.
More information can be found in the Participant Portal under the reference SiS-2013-1 (pages 25-26):

General Press Release on the Final Call in FP7:
Please note the deadline for submission: 16 January 2013 at 17:00 (Brussels time).

Deklaracije, politike, analize stanja, projekti

Horizon 2020 research will be open access

European Research Council renews its commitment to open access by joining Europe PubMed Central

Nordic eScience Action Plan (iz leta 2008)

Denmark’s five Research Councils announce their Open Access policy

Researchers' results to be free for all

Going for Gold? The costs and benefits of Gold Open Access for UK research institutions: further economic modelling. Report to the UK Open Access Implementation Group

Wellcome Trust strengthens its open access policy

Taking Digital Transformation to the Next Level: The Contribution of the DFG to an Innovative Information Infrastructure for Research

Open access policies on scholarly publishing in the university context

University of Helsinki opens its research vaults: a few words on open access and the new research environment in Finland

Science as an open enterprise

Network Enabled Research: Not just Better or Faster but Fundamentally Different

The benefits of Open Access

Open Access – Recent Developments around the World–-recent-developments-around-the-world/

Open Access Status of Journal Articles from ERC Funded Projects

Multi-Stage Open Peer Review: Scientific Evaluation Integrating the Strengths of Traditional Peer Review with the Virtues of Transparency and Self-Regulation

SCOAP3 tendering process is complete

Is the Academic Publishing Industry on the Verge of Disruption?

At Meeting of University Presses, the Future Presses In

Science joins Nature in opening reference citations

PEER Usage Research Reports and Final Project report available at

The winners of EIFL call for proposals: Open access advocacy campaigns

Library Guides. Scholarly Publishing and Open Access. Evaluating Journals & Publishers

Open and Shut?: The OA Interviews: Keith Jeffery, UK Science & Technology Facilities Council

Poročilo Finch (Velika Britanija)

Accessibility, sustainability, excellence: how to expand access to research publications (Report of the Working Group on Expanding Access to Published Research Findings)

U.K. Panel Backs Open Access for All Publicly Funded Research Papers

First thoughts on the Finch Report: Good steps but missed opportunities

Britain aims for broad open access

Open Access is the future of academic publishing, says Finch report

SPARC Europe’s response to the inaccuracies in the article by the Daily Mail’s City Editor on 18 June

A critique of the Finch Report

UK move to 'open access' in publishing 'misguided'

Finch Fiasco in Figures

RLUK Reaction to the 'Finch Report'

The Finch Report: UCL’s David Price Responds

Gold or green: which is the best shade of open access?

Ensuring open access for publicly funded research

Avtorskopravni vidiki

Dear Wiley: please use Creative Commons Attribution for your open-access activities

Odprte revije

eLife: Call for submissions to anticipated high-profile journal for life and biomedical sciences

Publication fees in open access publishing: sources of funding and factors influencing choice of journal

Paid Open Access: A Comparative Study of Selected International Publishers


Coming late to the game: how to create a totally integrated (!) repository system

Software systems for increasing availability of scientific-research outputs

Management of open access repositories

Repository metadata for diverse collections

Open Access Mandates and the "Fair Dealing" Button

Preliminary Report – Sustainable Best Practices for Populating Repositories

Improving Dspace Together

Federated Search Service for OAI-compliant, Open-Access Repositories in India

A Technical Review of Open Access Repository Registries

Digital repository: preservation environment and policy implementation

Understanding Digital Curation

Digital Curation Resource Guide

CLOCKSS Archive Is Pleased to Announce the Participation of Five New Publishers in Its Digital Preservation Archive

Zasledovanje odmevnosti objav

Max Planck Society's open access journals have high impact factors

Open access versus subscription journals: a comparison of scientific impact. Bo-Christer Björk and David Solomon

On the Citation Advantage of linking to data

The demise of the Impact Factor: The strength of the relationship between citation rates and IF is down to levels last seen 40 years ago

Mendeley Seeks to Speed Up Academic Impact Factor

ResearchGate Introduces the RG Score: A New Way to Measure Scientific Reputation

Total Impact - Uncover the invisible impacts of your research

Measuring your Research Impact: an Open Access toolkit

Bring On the Transparency Index

Odprti podatki raziskav

Open access to scientific data – Communication and Recommendation – background

Open Data: How We Got Here, and Where We’re Going

Sharing Research Data at the Nordic Level: a vision for the future Nordic cooperation from Finnish perspective

CRC - Journal Research Data (JoRD) Policy Bank

Data Protocols: community-based, light-weight data protocols for collaborative, distributed work with data

The data paper: a mechanism to incentivize data publishing in biodiversity science

Opening up scientific data with CKAN and the DataHub

Obogatene objave (povezovanje objav in podatkov raziskav)

Large and linked in scientific publishing the launch of big data journal GigaScience

figshare and F1000 research shake up traditional academic publishing format

Zaključna dela študija

Wageningen UR digitized all PhD theses

Creative Commons Priznanje avtorstva 2.5 Slovenija

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