Greek OpenAIRE NOADs contribution to the development of institutional Open Science policies in Greece – OpenAIRE Blog

“The Library & Information Center of the University of Crete was the host of the 25th Panhellenic Academic Libraries Conference “Academic Libraries and Open Science” that was held on 10-11 October 2019 at the University of Crete (Rethymno). In addition, on Wednesday, October 9, an OpenAIRE pre-conference workshop took place titled “Workshop on Open Science Policies at Higher Education Institutions: From Theory to Practice”….

Elli focused on five basic areas: (a) Open Science: definition and benefits, (b) The European institutional framework and the recent developments, (c) The OpenAIRE role in Europe and in Greece, (d) Open Science in Greece: the present and the future, (e) Next steps.

The next presentation held from Iliana Araka (HEAL-Link/ OpenAIRE). Iliana spoke about the “Rectors’ Conference Declaration on Open Science in Universities, HEAL-Links’ and librarians’ role into the formation and implementation of open science policies”.

In other worlds, she tried to explain paragraph by paragraph the decision of the Rectors’ Council, which is the first formal Declaration on open access in Greek universities. Additionally, she attempted to link the meaning of “open access”, “open research data”, “citizen science” and “open science” to the role of the modern library….”

Greek OpenAIRE NOADs contribution to the development of institutional Open Science policies in Greece – OpenAIRE Blog

“The Library & Information Center of the University of Crete was the host of the 25th Panhellenic Academic Libraries Conference “Academic Libraries and Open Science” that was held on 10-11 October 2019 at the University of Crete (Rethymno). In addition, on Wednesday, October 9, an OpenAIRE pre-conference workshop took place titled “Workshop on Open Science Policies at Higher Education Institutions: From Theory to Practice”….

Elli focused on five basic areas: (a) Open Science: definition and benefits, (b) The European institutional framework and the recent developments, (c) The OpenAIRE role in Europe and in Greece, (d) Open Science in Greece: the present and the future, (e) Next steps.

The next presentation held from Iliana Araka (HEAL-Link/ OpenAIRE). Iliana spoke about the “Rectors’ Conference Declaration on Open Science in Universities, HEAL-Links’ and librarians’ role into the formation and implementation of open science policies”.

In other worlds, she tried to explain paragraph by paragraph the decision of the Rectors’ Council, which is the first formal Declaration on open access in Greek universities. Additionally, she attempted to link the meaning of “open access”, “open research data”, “citizen science” and “open science” to the role of the modern library….”

Open Science Symposium in Greece – policies, infrastructures, services, data | RDA

The Greek Open Science Symposium is organised in order to:

  • bring key stakeholders together and initiate open discussions and communication among them
  • understand national priorities and align them with the EC requirements for Open Access to publications, Open and FAIR research data,
  • see where Greece stands with the current technical and policy framework which drives Greek (open) research ecosystem activities, and
  • decide on how to most effectively collaborate in moving towards the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC) …”