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Collaboration at International,

National and Institutional Level

Vital in Fostering Open Science

L i b e r A n n u a l C o n f e r e n c e , J u n e 2 3 - 2 5 , 2 0 1 5

Pirjo-Leena Forsström, CST- IT Centre for Research

Kristiina Hormia-Poutanen, National Library of Finland & Liber

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Open Science can lead to surprising innovations

Global projects of CERN à

HTML-language developed to solve document access, management and sharing challenges à World Wide Web

developed

Derivation of high-quality information from text masses via tools like statistical pattern learning

à Open code for text mining tools

à Marketing, security, online media

Analysis of big data sets, e.g. High Energy Physics, Astronomy, Bioinformatics

à  Big Data analytics tools (grid technologies, C2MON)

à  https://indico.cern.ch/event/289770/

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Open Science and Research

•  Increasing the quality of science

•  Developing new ways for collaboration

•  Increasing impact of science

•  Supporting life-long learning

•  Increasing the innovation capacity

•  Ensuring trust in science and research

•  Developing citizen science

Available for research

Machine-readable format

No re-use limitations

No costs

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Open Science and Open Innovation

Open Science Open Innovation

Promotes:

•  Rapid diffusion of latest

knowledge

•  Quality and transparency of

scientific results

•  Embraces change and new ideas

•  Open and broad engagement

and participation in science

Promotes:

•  Rapid diffusion of latest

knowledge

•  Discovery and development of

business models

•  Embraces change and new ideas

•  Open and broad engagement

and participation in innovation process

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Digitalization challenges competence and

support requirements for research

•  Researchers interact with Publishers and Social Media to distribute

publications

•  Users find publications also via Open Access –journals and Open Data

services T h e a c t o r s h a v e t o c o n s i d e r Merit   IPR Competition Plagiates Infra-structures Visibility Costs

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Promoting open science and research

Science  policy Education Data Publications Support   services Collaboration OEC D CO AR FOSTER Op en AIRE SPA RC Knowledg e Ex chan ge ICSU ERA C UNESC O REC ODE DDI CO DA TA WDC EUDAT LIBER CESSDA AP A PA STEUR4OA OSR LERU

•  Extensive involvement from the research community

•  National and international cooperation and

coordination

•  Developing research environments,

researcher services and research infrastructures •  Exploring new ways of working

•  Science is global, even though it is supported

mostly by national and local funding, via national education efforts, support services and infrastructures.

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Open Science and Research vision in Finland

Reinforcing the intrinsic nature of science and research Strenthening openness-related expertise Ensuring a stable foundation for the research process Increasing the social impact of research V i s i o n 2 0 1 7

Open research leads to surprising 


discoveries and creative insights

H i g h e r q u a l i t y , m o r e i m p a c t , m o r e e f f e c t i v e a n d m o r e i n t e r n a t i o n a l s c i e n c e c o m m u n i t y

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Home page

openscience.fi

Principles of promoting

Open Science and Research

•  Open operational model

•  Solutions to shared problems

•  Common and integrated services and infrastructures

•  Centralized funding as a seed money

•  Both individuals and organizations have their

responsibilities

•  National and international activities

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How to

•  Exhange of expertise: easy carieer moves

to and from science

–  to industry

–  To governement jobs

–  To support organizations (for example

libraries)

•  Platforms for distribution and utilization

of scientific results: diffusion of

knowledge, easy uptake of ideas

•  Sharing research infrastructures: big

investments, knowledge hubs

Global National Local

•  Funding instruments with

same goal

•  Clear guidelines for use

•  Interoperable services

and quality systems •  Increasing and

maintaining expertise

Working together

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The Role of Libraries in

Fostering Open Science

Raising awareness and training

Coordination of the implementation of data

management policies and procedures in institutions

Support for data management and discovery

Development of infrastructures

Curation and preservation

Data publishing and archiving

Access to data resources

Open access licensing, knowledge of APC payments

Libraries operate at institutional, national and

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Liber Fostering Open Science

Liber strategy 2013-2017

§

Scholarly Communication and Research

Infrastructure (OA, RDM, metrics)

§

Reshaping the Library

o

Leadership programmes

§

Advocacy and Communication

o

TDM and copyright

o

OA policy

o

Development of infrastructures to support

Open Science

EU-projects

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Open Science – a Continuum from Local

to Global

, case metrics

INSTITUTION NATIONAL
 LIBER INTERNATIONAL OPEN SCIENCE OUTCOME OPEN SCIENCE OUTCOME DEVELOPMENT OF INDICATORS DORA 
 (San Francisco Declaration on Research Assessment) DEVELOPMENT OF INDICATORS DEVELOPMENT OF INDICATORS LEIDEN MANIFESTO DEVELOPMENT OF FUNDING MODELS AND INCENTIVES FOR OS OECD ATT (Finland)

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Open Science – a Continuum from Global

to Local

, case TDM

LIBER EUROPEAN

COMMISSION EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT NATIONAL LEVEL INSTITUTIONS ADVOCACY •  WHY, WHAT •  LEGAL BASIS PROPOSAL -EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT DECISION - COPYRIGHT REFORM/TDM NATIONAL

LEGISLATION GUIDELINESTRAINING

TOOLS PROJECTS TDM ENABLING INFRASTRUCTURE TRAINING RAISING AWARENESS
 TDM ENABLING INFRA-STRUCTURE RAISING AWARENESS
 TDM ENABLING INFRA- STRUCTURE

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The potential benefits of content mining are vast and include:

•  Addressing grand challenges such as climate change

•  Improving population health, wealth and development

•  Creating new jobs and employment

•  Exponentially increasing the speed and progress of science

through new insights and greater efficiency of research

•  Increasing transparency of governments and their actions

•  Fostering innovation and collaboration and boosting the impact of

open science

•  Creating tools for education and research

•  Providing new and richer cultural insights

•  Speeding economic and social development in all parts of the

globe

The Hague Declaration on Knowledge Discovery in the Digital Age

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LIBER and Text and Data Mining

•  TDM brings significant benefits for Open Science

o  Fostering innovation, collaboration and boosting

the impact of open science

o  Creating new jobs

o  Improving equal access to information

•  TDM also supports the aims of the EC in developing the Digital

Single Market

o  Supporting free flow of digital goods (cloud services, big data)

•  Liber is & has been advocating for a mandatory exception, which

can not be over-ridden by contracts, for TDM

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Additional information

Liber

Open Science and Research

2014-2017 in Finland

LIBER Position Statement: Copyright in the Digital Age


Text & Data Mining

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Thank You!

email

pirjo-leena.forstrom@csc.fi

kristiina.hormia@helsinki.fi

twitter

@HormiaKristiina

@pirjoleenaf

@libereurope www.libereurope.eu

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