Open Access publizieren dank DEAL-Vereinbarung | SpringerLink

From Google’s English:  “From the beginning of this year it will be even more worthwhile to publish your original works, overviews and casuistics in “The Pathologist”. In addition to the wide reach in the magazine’s subscriber base, which reaches a large number of pathologists in Germany, you have also been able to publish your freely submitted works on the DEAL Open Access project since the beginning of the year . In the following we would like to inform you about its general conditions.”

Open Data Impact Award | Stifterverband

From Google’s English:  “Innovative ideas from open data and developed with the participation of science, business, administration and citizens – this is where the potential of a sustainable society lies. We find that excellent and worthy of distinction! The Stifterverband therefore awards the Open Data Impact Award as part of the innoSci program.

Application deadline: June 30, 2020.”

Uni Kiel: Zweitveröffentlichung im Open Access

“The DeepGreen project, funded by the German Research Foundation (DFG), would like to facilitate the second publication of scientific journal articles. The University Library (UB) Kiel at the Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel (CAU) is one of 52 test users of the data hub. The freely accessible publication (open access) of scientific publications often fails due to the associated hurdles. This is exactly where DeepGreen comes in: It wants to make it possible to make scientific publications largely freely available after the so-called embargo periods between publication and publication, if permitted under license law. This is done using a specially developed data hub, to be able to report scientific articles for secondary publication via the publishers and to use the publication platforms of the institutions where the authors of the articles in question are located. CAU Vice President Professor Anja Pistor-Hatam sees this as a promising development for the strategic goal of Kiel University, “to strengthen the open access publishing practice – not least with a view to the applicable law for secondary publication.” …”

Uni Kiel: Zweitveröffentlichung im Open Access

“The DeepGreen project, funded by the German Research Foundation (DFG), would like to facilitate the second publication of scientific journal articles. The University Library (UB) Kiel at the Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel (CAU) is one of 52 test users of the data hub. The freely accessible publication (open access) of scientific publications often fails due to the associated hurdles. This is exactly where DeepGreen comes in: It wants to make it possible to make scientific publications largely freely available after the so-called embargo periods between publication and publication, if permitted under license law. This is done using a specially developed data hub, to be able to report scientific articles for secondary publication via the publishers and to use the publication platforms of the institutions where the authors of the articles in question are located. CAU Vice President Professor Anja Pistor-Hatam sees this as a promising development for the strategic goal of Kiel University, “to strengthen the open access publishing practice – not least with a view to the applicable law for secondary publication.” …”

„Open access“ publizieren dank DEAL-Vereinbarung | SpringerLink

From Google’s English:  “Since the beginning of this year it has been even more worthwhile to publish your original work in the ENT . In addition to the wide reach in the magazine’s subscriber base, which covers the entire team of ear, nose and throat medicine, head and neck surgery, you have also been able to submit your freely submitted work on the DEAL “open access” project since the beginning of the year publish. Read on to find out more about the framework: …”

„Open access“ publizieren dank DEAL-Vereinbarung | SpringerLink

From Google’s English:  “Since the beginning of this year it has been even more worthwhile to publish your original work in the ENT . In addition to the wide reach in the magazine’s subscriber base, which covers the entire team of ear, nose and throat medicine, head and neck surgery, you have also been able to submit your freely submitted work on the DEAL “open access” project since the beginning of the year publish. Read on to find out more about the framework: …”

Empfehlungen für eine nationale Open Science Strategie in Österreich

From Google’s English:  “The Working Group Open Science Strategy of the Open Science Network Austria (OANA) has developed recommendations for a national Open Science Strategy in Austria and invites you to annotate or comment on the document by April 5th, 2020. To insert comments in the document, please click on the text symbol in the PDF Viewer (top right under the eye) and create an account free of charge. As soon as you log in with your account, you can then comment on the document so that it is visible to others. If the text symbol is not visible, you can find further information at hypothes.is ….”

Open Science Empfehlungen

From Google’s English:  “The Working Group Open Science Strategy of the Open Science Network Austria (OANA) has developed recommendations for a national Open Science Strategy in Austria and invites you to annotate or comment on the document by April 5th, 2020.

The successful transition to open science – Open Science – is based on maximizing the synergies and coherences of many different activities and actors. To implement all elements of Open Science at the national level in Austria in the best possible way (further), the OANA Working Group Open Science Strategy proposes target group-specific steps. These are aimed at research institutions, funding agencies, politicians, libraries and scientists and are divided into three time horizons (short-term, medium-term and long-term).

The document is available online at the following link: 

https://www.oana.at/os-empfipps-oesterreich …”

Förderung von Gold Open Access: Abkommen mit MDPI

From Google’s English:  “At the beginning of 2019, the new open access agreement between 15 Austrian research institutions, the Austrian Science Fund (FWF) and the Gold Open Access Publisher MDPI (Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute) came into force. The agreement enables scientists from these institutions to publish their articles in the publisher’s over 190 Gold Open Access journals using a simplified workflow and institutional cost management.

In addition to an institutional discount, the agreement offers the participating Austrian research institutions comprehensive reporting on expenditure and research results at the institutional and consortium level. The full transparency of the agreement published on Zenodo should also be emphasized: http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.2536007 …”

Nutzenversprechen Law School Rechtswissenschaftliche Abteilung der Universität St.Gallen

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From Google’s English:  “The RWA [Rechtswissenschaftliche Abteilung] sees itself as an active link between science and the public: RWA members communicate theirs Research findings taking into account the university open access strategy and bring get involved in the public (technical) discourse. The RWA makes its contribution, the awareness and attractiveness of St.Gallen as a science location in Switzerland and internationally to increase.”