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CSIC Abierto 18 features transition to an Open Access ecosystem [28/01/2019]
New CSIC Abierto issue spins around several hot topics in the transition to an Open Access ecosystem. The issue includes several interviews to CSIC researchers who share their views about the spread of the APC-based Open Access model and about opportunities to share and open research data and software. The issue closes with a focus on Libraria, a cooperative-based Open Access initiative.
Direct2AAM: Helping Authors Find Author Accepted Manuscripts [11/12/2018]
Open Access Button has created Direct2AAM, a free tool to make it easier for authors to self-archive simply, quickly, and correctly. The tool is a set of guides, available for most major journals, that provides easy to follow instructions for authors to obtain an Author Accepted Manuscript from their journal submission system.
Slides of Open Science Training Workshop Available [08/11/2018]
DIGITAL.CSIC Technical Office delivered the training workshop "Open Science: Opportunities, challenges, tools" for CSIC scientific and technical staff in Madrid on October 29-31. The slides of Open Science: Principles, policies, components, good practices and Open Science: Tools are available in open access.
"Infrastructures and Standards for Open Science" project kicks off [23/10/2018]
FECYT has recently launched the pilot project "Infrastructures and Standards for Open Science" in partnership with 3 public research organizations; CSIC, ISCIII and INIA. DIGITAL.CSIC takes part in this project which will enrich semantically outputs of research projects under the national Open Access mandate; will promote research data in institutional repositories and will integrate CVN public profiles in Open Access infrastructures.
More than 1,000 researchers profiles at DIGITAL.CSIC [26/09/2018]
More than 1,000 researchers profiles have already been created within DIGITAL.CSIC infrastructure. This module is a powerful tool that builds customized profiles for CSIC researchers, integrates them with research outputs accessible at the repository, generates collaboration networks and provides with author-centered usage statistics. This handbook explains how to do it.
DIGITAL.CSIC Annual Report 2017 [16/08/2018]
More than 15,000 works were added to DIGITAL.CSIC in 2017 and the year closed with over 150,000 CSIC research outputs available. It is also worth noting that DIGITAL.CSIC received more than 25 million visits and around 16 million file downloads last year. Annual Report 2017 publishes data about training, open data management, services to CSIC community and participation in Open Access fora, studies and international and national initiatives.
LIBER Open Science Roadmap [19/07/2018]
LIBER Open Science Roadmap outlines specific actions research libraries can take to champion Open Science. The report was written during spring 2018, when the Open Science Policy Platform (OSPP) produced integrated advice for the EC and key stakeholders and its annexes featuring Open Science agendas in selected institutions include CSIC through work by DIGITAL.CSIC .
Report of survey results abour peer review system and open peer review module on DIGITAL.CSIC [10/07/2018]
In February 2018 DIGITAL.CSIC launched a survey to gather CSIC researchers opinions about the current peer review system and suggestions for improvement and experience with the Open Peer Review Module on DIGITAL.CSIC. The report with main conclusions is available here.
Peer Review, Open Science and Repositories [22/06/2018]
The article Revisiones por pares, ciencia abierta y repositorios gathers insights from the seminar "Le peer review à l'ère de l'open science: enjeux et évolutions" organized by URFIST and INRIA in Bordeaux on last 27 March. DIGITAL.CSIC participated in the seminar with a presentation on ongoing experience with the Open Peer Review Module and views about the role of institutional repositories in a system of open evaluations.
News about preprints and research software on DIGITAL.CSIC [29/05/2018]
As a step forward in its support for Open Science, DIGITAL.CSIC has started to mint DOIs to two growingly important resource types, namely, preprints and software. In addition, DIGITAL.CSIC Technical Office has prepared a model template to ease meaningful descriptions of research software. The template is accessible here.
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