Scientific communication flow:
Access to scientific knowledge is imperative for the transfer of knowledge, the generation of new knowledge, and the enhancement of already generated knowledge, all via OPEN ACCESS.
Why use Open Access? It improves scientific communication, it’s quicker in transferring knowledge, it increases use, it spreads/widens/augments the audience, inquiries and impact; Open Access also increases the content available to the users and adds more citations. Why reuse the content? it improves the quality, it reduces expenses, it makes the information available to anyone, it allows for transparency in the use of public funds, financial backers, sponsors, publicity, and it allows for the creation of a globalized infrastructure that is moving towards the world of e-science.
What does it mean for the researchers?
More visibility: top positioning in Google and other search engines, improved accessibility to more readers, more searches and downloads, more citations, less elapsed time between each citation, more data collection, conservation and continuous access to the materials and the creation of synergies and a network to contact other researchers.
The researchers who participate in projects sponsored by certain public organisms are required to publish the results in open access according to the terms established in their guidelines. For more information contact: email@example.com
Horizon 2020 The EU Framework Programme for Research and Innovation
Ley de la Ciencia Law 14/2011, from June 1 from Science, Technology, and Innovation.
Comunidad de Madrid DECREE 679/2009, from February 19, which establishes the regulatory bases of subsidizing R + D activity.
Recolecta, or Collector of Open Science, is the national aggregator of open access repositories. All Spanish digital infrastructures in which research results are published and / or deposited in open access are grouped together on this platform.
Who benefits? The editor. Why?
Who is at a disadvantage? The organizations and the authors. Why?
To create a global infrastructure (Open Knowledge International) to organize scientific data, to preserve scientific data, to share and reuse data for greater scientific productivity.
Researchers upload their documents, regardless of whether they’ve been published or not, in a thematic, institutional or collective repository (OpenDOAR)
Researchers publish their articles in commercial magazines (example) but they have the choice to pay a fee to the editor so their article will be Open Access
Information about the program and the defense here.
Can one request funding for publications completed before the 7PM concession?
You can find all the information here.
For more information about the author´s rights, Intellectual Property and Open Access click here.
IE Open Access publications at Zenodo.
Final Projects are deposited in their respective Departments during the required time.