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calendrier`January 2017
Open research data
horizon 2020 From 2017, by default, research data funded by Horizon 2020 must be findable, accessible, interoperables, and reusable (FAIR). Grantees have the right to opt-out but have to say why (intellectual property rights or privacy issues, or might jeopardise project's main objective).
Read the Guidelines on FAIR Data Management in Horizon 2020
Keywords: "Research data" ; "Horizon 2020" ; "Open data"
calendrier`November 2016
Mooc: How to write and publish a scientific paper
coursera Created by the Ecole Polytechnique, the Mooc (Massive open online course) How to write and publish a scientific paper has been opened since November 7 on the platform Coursera.
Keywords: "Publishing" ; "Mooc"
calendrier`October 2016
Why would you ask for your ORCID ID?
orcid ORCID (Open Researcher and Contributor ID) is an organization that aims to provide a unique identifier to anyone involved in research. This identifier prevents possible confusions about publication authorship in case of homonyms, name changes, etc. This is particularly important in the context of bibliometric evualation.
For further information on this topic.
Keywords: "Publishing" ; "Bibliometrics"
calendrier`May 2016 open access?
bibliotheque numerique Is posting publications on social networks like ou ResearchGate ethically equivalent to using an institutional open access repository, such as Hal?
After introducing the economic model of platforms like and the marketing of data generated by researchers themselves when they use the contents of these platforms, Pr. Gary Hall concludes that these platforms have created a parasitic relation to the system of public higher education.
Read the article
Keywords: "Open archives" ; "Open access" ; "Social networks"
Launching of the digital library of the Institut Pasteur
bibliotheque numerique The Scientific Information Resources Center (CeRIS) of the Institut Pasteur has just released online 340 digitized historical documents from the collections of its library and its archives.
You will find a huge richness of selected resources as a tribute to the birth of molecular biology in France.
Do not hesitate to consult them and find out what relates a blender to spaghetti!
calendrier`April 2016
The Scientific media library service has been changed its name
ceris On Avril 18, the Scientific media library has become the Scientific Information Resources Center (CeRIS). This center gathers three divisions: the library, the archives, and the picture library. That same April 18, the library's reading room reopened, only for The Institut Pasteur's staff. The reopening to external users has been postponed.
calendrier`March 2016
Practical guide to research data management
apie The Jisc, British organization that supports higher education and research released a guide online a guide: How and why you should manage your research data: a guide for researchers. This guide, designed by Caroline Ingramsubject specialist within the Jisc, is an introduction to research data management processes.
Consult the guide here
Keywords: "Research data" ; "Practical guide"
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