Camera, Pompei e pdl su open access all’esame della commissione Cultura | AgCult

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[google transl.] Chamber, Pompeii and PDL on open access to the examination of the Culture Commission

The two items on the agenda tomorrow and Wednesday. Thursday questions on matters falling within the competence of the Miur

Free access to scientific research and enhancement of the cultural area surrounding the site of Pompeii. These are the two topics this week being examined by the Chamber's Cultural Heritage Committee. The Bureau of the Seventh Commission, which met this morning, has scheduled for tomorrow, Tuesday, September 11 starting at 10 am and Wednesday, September 12 at 2 pm, the two topics. The discussion will then continue on the resolution of Luigi Gallo (M5S), chairman of the commission, on Pompeii and will begin the examination of the bill, the same Gallic, on open access to scientific information.

"Open access not only in terms of research, but also to provide greater capacity for researchers to access information that is not always available in research institutions or universities," explains Gallo to AgCult "Today, in fact - said the chairman of the Committee on Cultural Heritage - a researcher is forced to subscribe, at exorbitant cost, to all scientific journals to get a general picture. With open access, on the other hand, it is possible to have free online access to scientific information, which thus becomes a free resource". The calendar of the committee also provides for Thursday, September 13, at 14, questions for immediate response on issues falling within the remit of the Ministry of Education, Universities and Research.


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