OpenAIRE contributes actively to EOSC via an open scholarly communication infrastructure: a set of services and an active European network of Open Science experts who provide guide and support in their countries.
Scholarly Communication & Open Science
Scholarly communication is integral to all research processes in every research performing organisation. It is the way researchers discover, exchange and share knowledge with peers; it is the way institutions have structured their organisational support and operate long established mechanisms to faciliate this exchange.
EOSC is a system of systems, a co-created set of services. It is divided in two parts: 1. EOSC-Core services that form the underlying glue to make things work (AAI, Research Product Catalogue, Service Marketplace/ordering, Helpdesk, etc.), and 2. EOSC-Exchange services that support researchers to process, analyse and publish their research. These are accompanied by a set of standards and best practices, the EOSC Interoperability Framework (EIF).
OpenAIRE Services for EOSC Core
A global & open database of publications-data-software, citations & metrics, linked to funders, grants, organisations, researchers, services.
Open Science Observatory
OpenAIRE Scholarly Communication Services for EOSC Exchange
OpenAIRE operates services that help researchers publish and share research, research managers monitor research outcomes and policies, and trainers find and reuse material related to Open Science.
National Open Access Desks
NOADs in Action
Support & train
Create and provide material and hands-on support to edcucate researchers, content providers, research managers how to practice Open Science.
Support organisations and countries to set up fit-for-purpose policies that serve local needs through the use of commonly adopted Toolkits and policy models.
Monitor Open Science
Monitor and report on Open Science uptake at member state via detailed information on our country pages.
Shape and participate in national Open Science infrastructure via services.
Read what our NOADs say about EOSC
Liisi Lembinen"University of Tartu Library is actively involved in spreading Open Science culture in Estonia. For this purpose, the library is heavily involved in establishing Open Science policy framework (including OS competence center), teaching research data management, introducing OS requirements in publishing and funding, organizing dissemination events, and engaging in OS related collaborations in Estonia and Europe."
Gintare Tautkeviciene"To develop the national open science policy and workplan, the Ministry of Education, Science and Sport is planning to set up a task force for open science by the end of 2019."
Biljana Kosanovic"On the national level we initiated the TONuS (Team for Open Science in Serbia), which started working to include all stake-holders in Serbia, from researchers, via e-infrastructure and libraries to policy and funder decision makers (Ministry). All OS-facilitators in EU projects are also member of this group."