Starting in January 2021, cOAlition S Organisations are changing their grant conditions to mandate Open Access for all publications reporting original research supported in whole or in part by their funding.
cOAlition S Organisations offer three routes that allow their funded researchers to be compliant with this policy. Authors can publish in fully Open Access journals and platforms, they can self-archive a version of their paper, or they can publish in journals that are under a Transformative Arrangement.
cOAlition S has developed its Rights Retention Strategy to fully support the self-archiving route. The Rights Retention Strategy gives researchers the freedom to publish in their journal of choice, including subscription journals, whilst remaining fully compliant with Plan S. Authors only need to apply a Creative Commons Attribution licence (CC BY) to (at least) the Author Accepted Manuscripts (AAMs) of their submissions.https://www.coalition-s.org/rights-retention-strategy/
Representatives from cOAlition S will describe the Rights Retention Strategy and its implementation, and will be available to answer any questions attendees may have about this initiative.
Read more on narma.no: https://narma.no/narma-aktiviteter/plan-s-rights-retention-strategy-webinar/
The International Network of Research Management Societies (INORMS) established the Research Evaluation Working Group in 2018 to consider how to best ensure that research evaluation is meaningful, responsible and effective. The Working Group is truly global, it has members from all continents, with the exception of Antarctica!
The Research Evaluation Working Group invites research managers and other research evaluation practitioners involved in planning, implementing and interpreting research evaluations to a webinar on ‘SCOPE’ – a five step process for evaluating responsibly.
The webinar will be held on Monday 20th April 2020 at 1-2 pm BST [In Norway at 2-3 pm]
San Francisco Declaration on Research Assessment (DORA), the Leiden Manifesto and the Metric Tide give the Higher Education sector a framework for evaluating research responsibly. However, practitioners who plan and organize evaluations may still be left asking “now what?”. How do we actually do research evaluation responsibly?
The INORMS Research Evaluation Working Group has developed a five-stage process for evaluating responsibly, that may answer that question! The process is called ‘SCOPE’.This webinar presents the SCOPE model in detail and provides a practical framework for research managers, and others, seeking to conduct responsible research evaluations.
Register for the webinar
The webinar can host up to 150 participants. All who register will receive the link to the webinar, and the first 150 to join the webinar can attend live. A recording of the webinar will be sent to all who register.
Hope you can join us!
The INORMS Research Evaluation Working Group
For more information, please contact Laura Himanen (laura.himanen(at)tuni.fi)