[Oa-italia] Policy Open Access della CE

Maria Cassella maria.cassella a unito.it
Mer 7 Feb 2007 15:48:11 CET


Gentili colleghi,
questo documento e' girato sulla lista INFER, ma non ancora su questa, 
se non ricordo male

> The European Commission (EC) <http://ec.europa.eu/index_en.htm#> is 
> reportedly preparing new guidelines for the €3 billion-a-year European 
> scientific publishing industry. The new guidelines are expected to put 
> pressure on major firms such as STM publisher Elsevier and Oxford 
> University Press to give free access to articles based on EU-funded work.
>
> The guidelines follow a January 2006 Commission report, outsourced to 
> Belgian and French academics, which put forward a suggestion that 
> research be made public six months after it is published. [...]
>
>> According to the report, the EU should consider framing a policy 
>> mandating published articles arising from EC -funded research to be 
>> available after a given time period in open access archives. The EU 
>> is planning to allot €33.2 billion in research grants between 2007 
>> and 2013.
>
>
Il documento e' disponibile al link

> http://ec.europa.eu/research/eurab/pdf/eurab_scipub_report_recomm_dec06_en.pdf


L'ho letto oggi e lo trovo molto chiaro e interessante. La CE puo' 
giocare un ruolo come erogatore di fondi, organismo politico e 
raccomandare "a specific supporting action into every Framework 
Programme 7 programme/thematic priority which will specifically address 
facilitating the use of deposit in OA repositories by the researchers 
funded under the particular programme/theme".
Saluti a tutti
Maria Cassella



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