Open Science Document

Kirstine's bookmarks 2019-03-22


MESRI released the national plan for Open Science on 4 July 2018. All research organizations are concerned by this plan, the details of which must be known and applied by all their staff. The implications for scientific production are significant and often difficult for researchers to understand, which is why I think it is important to raise awareness now in our community as a whole.

 Funding agencies such as ANR and the European Framework Program have already incorporated Open Science guidelines into their requirements for projects to be funded in the coming years. In parallel, the CNRS has declined the national plan for open science as part of the evaluation of researchers and the HCERES has done the same for the evaluation of the units.

In this context, you will find attached a guide produced by INSU with the collaboration of Pascale Talour, INSU's IST Project Manager, summarizing in summary form the decisions made by these agencies / organizations and their implications for researchers . Although certainly imperfect and incomplete, this guide aims to make staff aware of this important transition and to encourage exchanges and information sharing within laboratories and at INSU. 


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Tags: oa.france oa.open_science oa.guides oa.declarations oa.signatures oa.mandates oa.funders oa.policies

Date tagged:

03/22/2019, 09:11

Date published:

03/22/2019, 05:11