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Update in DIGITAL.CSIC pages about repository's services [30/08/2019]
DIGITAL.CSIC Technical Office has just updated the sections of its web that deal with research data management, compliance with Open Access mandates and innovative services for CSIC researcher community. Of particular interest are the new sections about DOI minting, preparation of data management plans, and DIGITAL.CSIC profiles.
Study on CSIC research articles available in Open Access [22/07/2019]
The team of CSIC Unit of Information Resources for Research (URICI) has published Open Access Routes Dichotomy and Opportunities: Consolidation, Analysis and Trends at the Spanish National Research Council. This is the first comprehensive study on the evolution and trends in the use of the different routes to enable open access to research (Open Access publishing and dissemination through DIGITAL.CSIC and other repositories) by CSIC researchers in the last 10 years (2008-2018).
Focus on Research Data Management [24/06/2019]
DIGITAL.CSIC Technical Office delivered a workshop on how to prepare data management plans in Humanities and Social Sciences targetting researchers of CSIC Center of Human and Social Sciences on past June 20. DIGITAL.CSIC team was also present in FECYT-OpenAire seminar on research libraries and Open Access on June 14, with a presentation about DIGITAL.CSIC research data services.
DIGITAL.CSIC Annual Report 2018 [11/06/2019]
The Annual Report gives an overview of main accomplishments in 2018, mostly as far as development of services to support Open Science, data management, monitoring Open Access mandates with CSIC obligations and participation in EOSC building are concerned.
FAQs about Institutional Open Access Mandate [20/05/2019]
These FAQs address the most frequently received questions about CSIC Open Access Mandate which entered into force past April 1st. This is a living document aimed to clarify CSIC researchers' obligations, institutional services available to comply with the mandate as well as the role of CSIC Libraries Network.
How to increase access of CSIC research on the web [07/05/2019]
Last April 26 DIGITAL.CSIC held a session about repository's services to help increase visibility and access to institutional research outputs in CMIMA headquarters in Barcelona. The session gave an overview of all types of data that DIGITAL.CSIC contains and may enrich CSIC institutes strategies to disseminate their work. In addition, main aspects of CSIC Open Access mandate were discussed.
Training Workshop on DIGITAL.CSIC Services for Institutional Community [01/04/2019]
DIGITAL.CSIC Team delivered a three day training workshop on repository services offered to institutional researcher and technical community at the end of March, 2019. The workshop highlighted emerging library services that support researchers during all phases of their projects and how DIGITAL.CSIC contributes to a shift towards an Open Science environment. The workshop focused on DIGITAL.CSIC policies and good practices regarding content development, copyright and FAIR data management.
DIGITAL.CSIC takes part in Achieve ITN project meeting [12/03/2019]
DIGITAL.CSIC was invited to participate in EC-funded Achieve ITN project meeting at Microelectronics Institute in Seville on March 6, 2019 with a Seminar on Responsible Research and Innovation: Open Science. The presentation addressed FAIR data management and several issues about planning and sustaining open source and open hardware in research projects.
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.
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