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Open Access in brief

The most important facts about Open Access and ZORA in generall and at the University of Zurich
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OpenAIRE2020

Contact the Helpdesk for information on Open Science in FP7 and H2020 projects

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First Introduction course to ZORA and Open Access in English Monday, 19 June 2017

Are you responsible for entering publications in ZORA? Would you like to receive tips and tricks for your deposit?
On Thursday, July 6, 2017 the course "Introduction to ZORA and Open Access" will take place from 14:00 to 15:30, this time in English!

We look forward to seeing you!

The ZORA Open Access Team

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Seats available: Introductory class to ZORA and Open Access Tuesday, 13 June 2017

Are you responsible for entering publications in ZORA? Would you like to receive tips and tricks for your deposit?
On Wednesday (tomorrow), June 14, 2017 the next introductory course to ZORA and Open Access will take place from 10:00 to 11:30 (in German).

There are still seats available! We look forward to seeing you. The ZORA Open Access Team

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Matters - prolongation of membership Tuesday, 06 June 2017

The UZH has announced to support the Open Access publishing platform "Matters" for another year. UZH researchers can therefore continue to publish free of charge in the three Open Access journals (Matters Select, Matters und Matters Archive). All contributions submitted to one of these journals receive metadata such as DOI or Creative Commons licenses and go through a triple-blind peer review process. In addition, all contributions can be commented online and statistics can be accessed.

ScienceMatters Launch of Matters, February 2016
Archive-Blog entry, June 2016
Matters
OLH will be publishing UZH Open Access Journal Le foucaldien Wednesday, 24 May 2017

The Open Library of Humanities (OLH) will be publishing the peer-reviewed, interdisciplinary journal Le foucaldien from Summer 2017. Following the success of the foucaultblog, which was founded by UZH researchers in 2013, Le foucaldien is now providing space for research papers on the philosopher Michel Foucault. The journal accepts contributions in German, English and French. There are no costs for either the reader or the authors. The funding for the publications is supported by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation on the one hand, as well as by an international library consortium. Since 2017, the UZH has been supporting OLH as the first Swiss university (see blog release).

OLH Press release OLH, April, 24, 2017
foucaultblog

Neue Website zum Data-Pilotprojekt online: www.data.uzh.ch Monday, 15 May 2017

Wie soll mit der digitalen Datenflut in der Wissenschaft umgegangen werden? Wie können Bibliotheken zusammen mit IT Diensten die Forschenden in diesem Bereich unterstützen? An der Universität Zürich werden diese und andere Fragen derzeit in einem Data-Pilotprojekt in enger Zusammenarbeit von Zentralbibliothek, Hauptbibliothek und S3IT (Zentrale Informatik) behandelt.
Die neue Website www.data.uzh.ch informiert über die Projektziele, die involvierten Akteure und aktuelle Aktivitäten des Projekts. Auch wer Basisinformationen rund um das Thema Forschungsdaten sucht, wird auf der Website fündig: Von bestehenden Beratungsservices für Projektanträge über Informationen zur Datenmanagement-Planung bis hin zu Möglichkeiten für das Hosting von Daten bietet die Website weiterführende Ressourcen im lokalen, nationalen sowie internationalen Kontext.

www.data.uzh.ch

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Was meinen Forschende der UZH zu Open Access?

Open Access-Statements

Prof. Dr. Stephan Neuhauss

Stephan Neuhauss


"Wissenschaft lebt vom freien Austausch von Ideen und Ergebnissen. Meine eigene Forschung wird entscheidend von Ergebnissen von Kollegen beeinflusst, und umgekehrt hoffe ich, mit meinen Erkenntnissen auch die Forschung anderer zu befruchten. Daher ist die ungehinderte Zugänglichkeit von Forschungsergebnissen eine wichtige Voraussetzung für effiziente Forschung. [...]"

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Prof. Dr. Stephan Neuhauss, Lehrstuhl für Neurobiologie

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