Relevant national and international publications on the topic of Open Science
Recognising What We Value: Recommendations on Recognition Systems - Science Europe Report
Based on the Science Europe Values Framework (published in July 2022), this paper provides practical recommendations and good practice examples detailing how research organisations can continuously improve the way they assess research and researchers. The recommendations help to embed our shared values and contribute to the evolution of research cultures in Europe.
Open Access in Germany
On 6 June 2023, the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) and the Standing Conference of the Ministers of Education and Cultural Affairs of the Länder in the Federal Republic of Germany (KMK) publish the paper Open Access in Germany. With this document, they declare, in line with the recommendations of the German Council of Science and Humanities, that Open Access should become the standard for publicly funded research.
Analysis the legal framework for Open Science in Austria
This report identifies and analyses the legal issues surrounding Open Science. The recommendations presented are based on an analysis of the European and Austrian legal situation as well as on interviews and a round table with experts from the field of Open Science.
A closer look at research data practices in European universities Follow-up to the 2020-21 EUA Open Science survey.
This report presents the detailed results of the EEA 2020-2021 Open Science Survey with a focus on research data practices at European universities.
The EUA Open Science Agenda 2025.
The EEA Open Science Agenda 2025 defines the EEA's priorities in this area and describes the current context, challenges and developments planned for the coming years. It also outlines the actions the EEA will take to advance this agenda.
Agreement on Reforming Research Assessment
After almost a year of consultation, the European Commission, EEA representatives and Science Europe have agreed on the Agreement on Reforming Research Assessment. The process of drafting the Agreement on Reforming Research Assessment was launched in January 2022 and involved more than 350 organisations from over 40 countries.
The key points of the agreement are in line with the efforts of Open Science and should, for example, recognise the diversity of research careers and contributions to science, base research assessment mainly on qualitative peer review, reduce the reliance on journal and publication metrics, and avoid the use of international rankings by research organisations in research assessment.
Open Science Policy Austria
Austrian Policy on Open Science and the European Open Science Cloud
Developing Policies for Open Science - UNESCO Toolkit
This document is part of the UNESCO Open Science Toolkit, designed to support implementation of the UNESCO Recommendation on Open Science. Developed through the discussions and inputs from the members of the Working Group on Open Science Policies and Policy Instruments, this guide sets out the key factors to consider when developing policies for open science.
A closer look at Open Access to research publications in European universities
This report presents the detailed Open Access (OA) results from EUA’s 2020-2021 Open Science Survey. How do universities monitor OA activities? How are
universities preparing for the implementation of Plan S, which will apply to all Horizon Europe funding recipients? What major steps have universities recently
taken to further the implementation of OA?
An introduction to the UNESCO Recommendation on Open Science
The Recommendation provides an international framework for open science policy and practice that aims to reduce the technological and knowledge divides between and within countries. The Recommendation outlines a common definition and shared values, principles and standards for open science at the international level, and it proposes actions to support fair and equitable open science for all.
Science Europe | Practical Guide to Sustainable Research Data
This guide provides guidance on how to ensure the long-term preservation and accessibility of research data and supports organisations in creating a framework in which researchers can share their results in a sustainable way.
Second French Plan for Open Science
Second French Plan for Open Science
Generalising open science in France
From principles to practices: Open Science at Europe’s universities. 2020-2021 EUA Open Science Survey results.
This report presents the results of the EEA Open Science Survey 2020-2021 and provides recommendations for institutions, researchers, research funding bodies and policy makers.
Towards a reform of the research assessment system. Scoping Report
European Commission, Directorate-General for Research and Innovation, Towards a reform of the research assessment system : Scoping report, Publications Office, 2021.
European Research Area Policy Agenda. Overview of actions for the period 2022-2024.
From principles to practices: Open Science at Europe’s universities. 2020-2021 EUA Open Science Survey Country report for Austria.
The Vienna Principles: A Vision for Scholarly Communication in the 21st Century
Checklist Open Access Journals
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