Data Management Plans and its part of Open Science and OA publishing – Developments in Sweden #OA #opendata #DMP

Worldwide the Open Science and Open Access publishing paradigm has only in recent years significantly affected researchers work. Several initiatives and policies in Europe aim to help the shift to Open Science. Support services have been developed to guide researchers into the management of scholarly publications and research data since also funders nowadays demand a … More Data Management Plans and its part of Open Science and OA publishing – Developments in Sweden #OA #opendata #DMP

More Questions than Answers: Reflections from the Conference on European Open Science Cloud

Text by: Dr. Jeff Love, Stockholm University Library A couple of weeks ago the conference ‘Putting the EOSC Vision into Practice’ in Porto, Portugal. It was arranged by EUDAT, an international organization funded by the Horizon 2020 scheme dedicated to developing infrastructure for data management. As the conference title implies, the sessions here were intended to … More More Questions than Answers: Reflections from the Conference on European Open Science Cloud

About COASP10, University Press Week 17, OpenCon Berlin and much more

These articles caught our attention this week. Have we missed anything? Please share your comments below. OASPA – Open Access Scholarly Publishers Association Save the date: COASP10 in Vienna, September 17-19th 2018 The Scholarly Kitchen University Press Week 2017 Ask The Chefs: How Can We Increase Diversity In Scholarly Communications? LIBER – Association of European Research … More About COASP10, University Press Week 17, OpenCon Berlin and much more

About open data champions, user needs, university press week and much more

These articles caught our attention this week. Have we missed anything? Please share your comments below. SPARC Europe Open Data Champions launches New international coalition takes crowd-funding style approach to secure the future of open science LIBER Europe LIBER Strategy: Looking Back & Moving Forward Proposed TDM Exception Remains Too Narrow The National Library of … More About open data champions, user needs, university press week and much more

About the EU Copyright Reform, COASP 2017 and much more

These articles caught our attention this week. Have we missed anything? Please share your comments below. LIBER Europe Copyright Reform: Help Us Ensure an Effective TDM Exception! LIBER Signs Open Letter Calling for a Revised Text and Data Mining (TDM) Exception SPARC Open Affordable College Textbook Act Reintroduced in Congress SPARC Europe Update: Coalition copyright … More About the EU Copyright Reform, COASP 2017 and much more

Open Science: Providing Skills and Inspiring Change

Blog post by Gustav Nilsonne, Stockholm University. Lack of knowledge is an oft-cited impediment to open science. In this context, knowledge may be important both as a motivator for change, and as a means to achieve change. To break down this impediment, we have started a postgraduate course in Open Science, Reproducible Research, and Research … More Open Science: Providing Skills and Inspiring Change

Nordic collaboration from a research data management perspective – NeIC 2017

Blogpost by Joakim Philipson and Tuija Drake, Stockholm University Library. NeIC stands for Nordic e-Infrastructure Collaboration. NeIC conference 2017 took place in Umeå between May 28 and June 1. It was organised by Nordforsk in collaboration with CSC, DeIC, NeIC, NORDUnet, RHnet, SNIC, and UNINETT Sigma2. This is an international meeting place for over 200 … More Nordic collaboration from a research data management perspective – NeIC 2017