[Koalicja-l] [NAUKA] Europejskie Stowarzyszenie Uniwersytetów publikuje "Plan działań dotyczący wprowadzenia otwartego dostępu"

Lidia Stępińska-Ustasiak l.stepinska-ustasiak w icm.edu.pl
Pią, 5 Lut 2016, 16:57:04 CET

W ostatnich dniach Europejskie Stowarzyszenie Uniwersytetów (EUA), w 
którym zrzeszone jest 40 polskich uczelni,  a także KRASP przyjęło "Plan 
działań dotyczący wprowadzenia otwartego dostępu", w którym wytycza 
kierunki zmian i priorytety w tym zakresie.
Załączam komunikat EUA, oraz krótką informację z serwisu Otwarta Nauka, 
gdzie jest link do całości dokumentu.
Serdecznie pozdrawiam,

Lidia Stępińska-Ustasiak

*From:*Press [mailto:press w eua.be]
*Sent:* 01 February 2016 5:38 PM
*To:* Lidia Borrell-Damian <lidia.borrell-damian w eua.be>
*Subject:* EUA Roadmap on Open Access to Research Publications

Press Release





*Press Release*



*Attention: news desks/science and education correspondents**
*For immediate release*
*Brussels, 1 February 2016**

*EUA Roadmap on Open Access to Research Publications*

The Council of the European University Association (EUA) approved the 
“*Roadmap on Open Access to Research Publications* 
during its meeting on 29 January 2016. The Roadmap, which aims to assist 
universities in the transition to Open Access (OA), is the first in a 
series of initiatives that EUA plans to develop to address the 
implications of Open Science for European universities.

The Roadmap has been drafted in close collaboration with EUA’s Expert 
Group on Science 2.0/Open Science 
a group of 20 experts from 19 countries designated by their respective 
national rectors’ conferences (NRCs). The Roadmap is a key element of 
EUA’s long-term vision to support its members in the transition towards 
Open Science, also formally endorsed at the 29 January meeting. In this 
context EUA will tackle, progressively, all the main issues at stake, 
including research assessment and researchers’ career development, the 
quality of publications, text and data mining (TDM), copyright, data 
protection and infrastructure.

The Roadmap on Open Access to Research Publications focuses primarily on 
the following areas:

•    Fostering structured dialogue among all stakeholders;
•    Promoting and supporting the adoption of OA policies, 
infrastructures and initiatives by European universities;
•    Encouraging the development and establishment of advanced 
scientific recognition and research assessment systems;
•    Addressing intellectual property rights and copyright policies for 
various outputs;
•    Considering alternative and sustainable OA business models;
•    Promoting access, use and sharing of research publications and 
data, including TDM;
•    Encouraging, supporting and eventually monitoring the establishment 
of comprehensive standards for institutional OA policies concerning 
research publications and teaching materials.

According to Professor Jean-Pierre Finance, Council member and Chair of 
the Expert Group, “EUA has come up with a set of well-defined objectives 
and priority actions for the university sector that will be taken 
forward in the coming months. By acting together, European universities 
will undoubtedly set the pace for progress towards a more open system 
for the generation of new knowledge through research.”

The EUA Open Access Roadmap to Research Publications comes at a crucial 
time as there is currently a strong political push towards OA. Just last 
week, EU ministers responsible for research assembled in an informal 
meeting in Amsterdam with European Commissioner Carlos Moedas to discuss 
research issues, including OA. This topic will continue to be high on 
the European political agenda as the EU Dutch Presidency has identified 
OA as one of its priority areas.


To view the “EUA Roadmap on Open Access to Research Publications” please 
click here 

In an additional step in support of its coming activities on research 
assessment and research publications, the EUA Council also endorsed a 
Statement with the purpose to become a signatory of the San Francisco 
Declaration on Research Assessment (DORA <http://www.ascb.org/>).

/Previous EUA publications in the field:/
Recommendations on Open Access (2008) 
Briefing paper on Open Access to Research Publications (2014) 
EUA’s Open Access checklist for universities (2015) 

*For more information please contact: *
Jessica Carter, tel: +32 2 743 11 59; mobile: +32 473 74 87 85; email: 
<mailto:jessica.carter w eua.be>jessica.carter w eua.be
or Ulrike Reimann, tel: +32 2 743 11 58; mobile: +32 491 15 89 72; 
email: <mailto:ulrike.reimann w eua.be>ulrike.reimann w eua.be

/The European University Association (EUA) is the representative 
organisation of more than 800 universities in 47 European countries and 
36 national rectors’ conferences (NRCs). The Council of EUA is comprised 
of the President, the members of the Board, and of the presidents of all 
of Europe’s NRCs. EUA works closely with its members to ensure that the 
voice of European universities is heard./


*Go to www.eua.be <http://www.eua.be/> for more information*


EUA, all rights reserved

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