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OA to scientifi c publications and research data in Horizon 2020
Kratěnová, Jana
During presentation titled “OA to scientific publications and research data in Horizon 2020” reasons for introducing obligation on OA to scientifi c information in Horizon 2020 will be presented together with description of steps on how to fulfill the said obligation. Speaker will also talk about relevant legal aspects of OA as well as OA news and updates as seen from the speaker´s perspective acting as national contact point for legal aspects of Horizon 2020 and national point of reference for scientific information.
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Repository workflow for interlinking research data with grey literature
Vompras, Johanna ; Schirrwagen, Jochen
Publishing data is more and more considered as part of the research process. While funder mandates and journal policies demand the disclosure of research data at the time of article publication there is still a lack of guidelines and workflows to reference data from grey literature. Based on multidisciplinary examples found in our repository “PUB” we present a user friendly generalized framework for interlinking research data with grey literature. This way, we are not only increasing the number of “grey” non-textual research outputs – including data publications – but also foster awareness of its sharing and re-use in scientific communities.
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INIS: Nuclear Grey Literature Repository
Savić, Dobrica
As one of the world's largest collections of published information on the peaceful uses of nuclear science and technology, INIS represents an extraordinary example of world cooperation. Current membership includes 130 countries and 24 international organizations. 154 INIS members share and allow access to their valuable nuclear information resources, preserving them for future generations and offering a freely available nuclear knowledge repository. The presentation will give an overview of INIS role, information sharing activities, ways of nuclear knowledge organization and capacity building. It will also discuss some technological trends, current challenges and future developments.
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