Documents pour «OpenAccess»

Pour une science ouverte et éthique ! - Sarah CARVALLO (Open Access Week 2016)

59min22

Normalienne de l’École normale supérieure de Paris, agrégée, docteur en
philosophie à l’université Paris-X, habilitée à diriger des recherches
en philosophie, Sarah Carvallo est enseignant-chercheur en philosophie à
l’École Centrale de Lyon depuis 2003.
Un événement Université de Lyon, soutenu par le PALSE, co-organisé par les bibliothèques universitaires de Lyon 1, Lyon 2, Lyon 3, l’URFIST de Lyon, l’enssib, Persée, le Laboratoire ELICO, la Bibliothèque Diderot de Lyon, la bibliothèque de l’INSA de Lyon, la bibliothèque de l’École Centrale de Lyon, la Maison de l’Orient et de la Méditerranée, l’Institut des Sciences de l’Homme et le CCSD, dans le cadre de la semaine internationale du libre accès.

Pour une science ouverte et éthique ! - Eric LICHTFOUSE (Open Access Week 2016)

10min45

Eric LICHTFOUSE est Directeur d'équipes éditoriales de revues scientifiques à l'INRA et Directeur de
services d'assistance à la publication.

Un événement Université de Lyon, soutenu par le PALSE, co-organisé par les bibliothèques universitaires de Lyon 1, Lyon 2, Lyon 3, l’URFIST de Lyon, l’enssib, Persée, le Laboratoire ELICO, la Bibliothèque Diderot de Lyon, la bibliothèque de l’INSA de Lyon, la bibliothèque de l’École Centrale de Lyon, la Maison de l’Orient et de la Méditerranée, l’Institut des Sciences de l’Homme et le CCSD, dans le cadre de la semaine internationale du libre accès.

Publier en toute liberté : Internet et le droit d'auteur

Tony GHEERAERT

54min57

La façon de diffuser les résultats de ses travaux est un souci légitime pour un universitaire : comment partager largement ses recherches, sans pour autant vouloir en tirer un profit lucratif, mais en conservant toutefois la pleine paternité sur ses productions ?
Une panoplie de contrats juridiquement très aboutis, faciles à mettre en oeuvre, répond à ces contraintes diverses et qui parurent longtemps insolubles. C'est le cas en particulier des licences "Créative Commons". Emanant du monde du "logiciel libre", adaptées aux nouveaux modes de circulation des oeuvres à l'ère numérique, elles garantissent une diffusion des avoirs conforme aux principes d'un établissement de service public, et aux valeurs d'une communauté universitaire conçue comme espace fondé sur des valeurs de partage, d'échange et de collaboration affranchi des limites de temps et de lieu.

Publication en Open Access / Témoignage

Nicolas PERRY

07min38

En 2014, l'Open Access Week, Semaine Internationale du Libre Accès, fêtait sa 7e année.
Le libre accès vise à la diffusion maximale et la plus rapide possible de la connaissance scientifique à la fois pour les pairs et pour le grand public pour que les résultats de la recherche puissent profiter à tous, quels que soient leurs moyens.
Nicolas Perry, enseignant-chercheur à Arts & Métiers Paris Tech (campus de Bordeaux), évoque ici son expérience et ses pratiques de publication en libre accès.

CULTURE NUMÉRIQUE : 16 Publications scientifiques

Hervé LE CROSNIER

1h02min46

Les publications scientifiques sont le produit du travail
scientifique. Elles recouvrent aussi une forme particulière de production de
documents. Enfin, elles ont souvent servi de modèle pour les évolutions du
numérique (banques de données, indexation, internet).
L'irruption de l'internet a provoqué une modification
profonde des relations des chercheurs avec la publication, et avec les publics.
Le nouveau mouvement social pour le libre-accès aux publications scientifiques
en témoigne.


Points essentiels


Histoire et principes


Peer reviewing


Open access


Nouvelles relation au public de la science

Berlin7 Open Access - Scenarios for a Transformation of Scholarly Communication Questions

David Prosser

12min41

OPEN ACCESS REACHING DIVERSE COMMUNITIES
Voir le lien : http://www.berlin7.org/
The 7th Berlin Open Access Conference will take place at the Panthéon-Sorbonne University in Paris on 2-4 December 2009. As well as taking stock of past activities, the conference will focus on the question of how to get the different communities more actively involved.
About the Berlin Declaration
In 2003, leading European research institutes and the scientific community signed the Berlin Declaration on Open Access to Knowledge in the Sciences and Humanities on the Internet. The declaration followed on from the Budapest Open Access Initiative in 2002. In signing the declaration, governments, research institutions, funding agencies, libraries, archives and museums committed themselves to taking concrete steps to promote the Internet as a medium for disseminating global knowledge.
Since 2003, the signatories have met annually at international conferences to report on the significant headway made in open access to the results of scientific research.
The commitment of French research to Open Access
The leading research institutes in France have played an active part in the Open Access Initiative from the outset. A Memorandum of Understanding signed by the universities and most of the country’s foremost research organisations strengthened the commitment of the French scientific community to Open Archives. The choice of the Sorbonne as the venue for the 7th Berlin conference is a further indication of this commitment.
Berlin 7 is an international showcase, during which France will be able to highlight its efforts in favour of open access to scientific knowledge, as well as the involvement of all the various players. It also provides an opportunity to present the concrete measures taken in this area by French research organisations, in particular through achievements such as the national HAL (Hyper Article on Line) platform.

Open access in the realm of French research

Berlin7 Open Access - Scenarios for a Transformation of Scholarly Communication David Prosser

David Prosser

04min59

OPEN ACCESS REACHING DIVERSE COMMUNITIES
Voir le lien : http://www.berlin7.org/
The 7th Berlin Open Access Conference will take place at the Panthéon-Sorbonne University in Paris on 2-4 December 2009. As well as taking stock of past activities, the conference will focus on the question of how to get the different communities more actively involved.
About the Berlin Declaration
In 2003, leading European research institutes and the scientific community signed the Berlin Declaration on Open Access to Knowledge in the Sciences and Humanities on the Internet. The declaration followed on from the Budapest Open Access Initiative in 2002. In signing the declaration, governments, research institutions, funding agencies, libraries, archives and museums committed themselves to taking concrete steps to promote the Internet as a medium for disseminating global knowledge.
Since 2003, the signatories have met annually at international conferences to report on the significant headway made in open access to the results of scientific research.
The commitment of French research to Open Access
The leading research institutes in France have played an active part in the Open Access Initiative from the outset. A Memorandum of Understanding signed by the universities and most of the country’s foremost research organisations strengthened the commitment of the French scientific community to Open Archives. The choice of the Sorbonne as the venue for the 7th Berlin conference is a further indication of this commitment.
Berlin 7 is an international showcase, during which France will be able to highlight its efforts in favour of open access to scientific knowledge, as well as the involvement of all the various players. It also provides an opportunity to present the concrete measures taken in this area by French research organisations, in particular through achievements such as the national HAL (Hyper Article on Line) platform.

Open access in the realm of French research

Berlin7 Open Access - Scenarios for a Transformation of Scholarly Communication Nick Fowler

Nick Fowler

13min22

OPEN ACCESS REACHING DIVERSE COMMUNITIES
Voir le lien : http://www.berlin7.org/
The 7th Berlin Open Access Conference will take place at the Panthéon-Sorbonne University in Paris on 2-4 December 2009. As well as taking stock of past activities, the conference will focus on the question of how to get the different communities more actively involved.
About the Berlin Declaration
In 2003, leading European research institutes and the scientific community signed the Berlin Declaration on Open Access to Knowledge in the Sciences and Humanities on the Internet. The declaration followed on from the Budapest Open Access Initiative in 2002. In signing the declaration, governments, research institutions, funding agencies, libraries, archives and museums committed themselves to taking concrete steps to promote the Internet as a medium for disseminating global knowledge.
Since 2003, the signatories have met annually at international conferences to report on the significant headway made in open access to the results of scientific research.
The commitment of French research to Open Access
The leading research institutes in France have played an active part in the Open Access Initiative from the outset. A Memorandum of Understanding signed by the universities and most of the country’s foremost research organisations strengthened the commitment of the French scientific community to Open Archives. The choice of the Sorbonne as the venue for the 7th Berlin conference is a further indication of this commitment.
Berlin 7 is an international showcase, during which France will be able to highlight its efforts in favour of open access to scientific knowledge, as well as the involvement of all the various players. It also provides an opportunity to present the concrete measures taken in this area by French research organisations, in particular through achievements such as the national HAL (Hyper Article on Line) platform.

Open access in the realm of French research

Berlin7 Open Access - Scenarios for a Transformation of Scholarly Communication Ralf Schimmer

Ralf Schimmer

09min11

OPEN ACCESS REACHING DIVERSE COMMUNITIES
Voir le lien : http://www.berlin7.org/
The 7th Berlin Open Access Conference will take place at the Panthéon-Sorbonne University in Paris on 2-4 December 2009. As well as taking stock of past activities, the conference will focus on the question of how to get the different communities more actively involved.
About the Berlin Declaration
In 2003, leading European research institutes and the scientific community signed the Berlin Declaration on Open Access to Knowledge in the Sciences and Humanities on the Internet. The declaration followed on from the Budapest Open Access Initiative in 2002. In signing the declaration, governments, research institutions, funding agencies, libraries, archives and museums committed themselves to taking concrete steps to promote the Internet as a medium for disseminating global knowledge.
Since 2003, the signatories have met annually at international conferences to report on the significant headway made in open access to the results of scientific research.
The commitment of French research to Open Access
The leading research institutes in France have played an active part in the Open Access Initiative from the outset. A Memorandum of Understanding signed by the universities and most of the country’s foremost research organisations strengthened the commitment of the French scientific community to Open Archives. The choice of the Sorbonne as the venue for the 7th Berlin conference is a further indication of this commitment.
Berlin 7 is an international showcase, during which France will be able to highlight its efforts in favour of open access to scientific knowledge, as well as the involvement of all the various players. It also provides an opportunity to present the concrete measures taken in this area by French research organisations, in particular through achievements such as the national HAL (Hyper Article on Line) platform.

Open access in the realm of French research

Berlin7 Open Access - Scenarios for a Transformation of Scholarly Communication Chris Armbruster

Chris Armbruster

13min56

OPEN ACCESS REACHING DIVERSE COMMUNITIES
Voir le lien : http://www.berlin7.org/
The 7th Berlin Open Access Conference will take place at the Panthéon-Sorbonne University in Paris on 2-4 December 2009. As well as taking stock of past activities, the conference will focus on the question of how to get the different communities more actively involved.
About the Berlin Declaration
In 2003, leading European research institutes and the scientific community signed the Berlin Declaration on Open Access to Knowledge in the Sciences and Humanities on the Internet. The declaration followed on from the Budapest Open Access Initiative in 2002. In signing the declaration, governments, research institutions, funding agencies, libraries, archives and museums committed themselves to taking concrete steps to promote the Internet as a medium for disseminating global knowledge.
Since 2003, the signatories have met annually at international conferences to report on the significant headway made in open access to the results of scientific research.
The commitment of French research to Open Access
The leading research institutes in France have played an active part in the Open Access Initiative from the outset. A Memorandum of Understanding signed by the universities and most of the country’s foremost research organisations strengthened the commitment of the French scientific community to Open Archives. The choice of the Sorbonne as the venue for the 7th Berlin conference is a further indication of this commitment.
Berlin 7 is an international showcase, during which France will be able to highlight its efforts in favour of open access to scientific knowledge, as well as the involvement of all the various players. It also provides an opportunity to present the concrete measures taken in this area by French research organisations, in particular through achievements such as the national HAL (Hyper Article on Line) platform.

Open access in the realm of French research

Berlin7 Open Access Conference Actualité du libre accès en France Table ronde

Jean-Pierre KAHANE

1h24min27

OPEN ACCESS REACHING DIVERSE COMMUNITIES
Voir le lien : http://www.berlin7.org/
The 7th Berlin Open Access Conference will take place at the Panthéon-Sorbonne University in Paris on 2-4 December 2009. As well as taking stock of past activities, the conference will focus on the question of how to get the different communities more actively involved.
About the Berlin Declaration
In 2003, leading European research institutes and the scientific community signed the Berlin Declaration on Open Access to Knowledge in the Sciences and Humanities on the Internet. The declaration followed on from the Budapest Open Access Initiative in 2002. In signing the declaration, governments, research institutions, funding agencies, libraries, archives and museums committed themselves to taking concrete steps to promote the Internet as a medium for disseminating global knowledge.
Since 2003, the signatories have met annually at international conferences to report on the significant headway made in open access to the results of scientific research.
The commitment of French research to Open Access
The leading research institutes in France have played an active part in the Open Access Initiative from the outset. A Memorandum of Understanding signed by the universities and most of the country’s foremost research organisations strengthened the commitment of the French scientific community to Open Archives. The choice of the Sorbonne as the venue for the 7th Berlin conference is a further indication of this commitment.
Berlin 7 is an international showcase, during which France will be able to highlight its efforts in favour of open access to scientific knowledge, as well as the involvement of all the various players. It also provides an opportunity to present the concrete measures taken in this area by French research organisations, in particular through achievements such as the national HAL (Hyper Article on Line) platform.

Open access in the realm of French research

Berlin7 Open Access Conference Actualité du libre accès en France Hélène Bourguignon

Hélène Bourguignon

17min20

OPEN ACCESS REACHING DIVERSE COMMUNITIES
Voir le lien : http://www.berlin7.org/
The 7th Berlin Open Access Conference will take place at the Panthéon-Sorbonne University in Paris on 2-4 December 2009. As well as taking stock of past activities, the conference will focus on the question of how to get the different communities more actively involved.
About the Berlin Declaration
In 2003, leading European research institutes and the scientific community signed the Berlin Declaration on Open Access to Knowledge in the Sciences and Humanities on the Internet. The declaration followed on from the Budapest Open Access Initiative in 2002. In signing the declaration, governments, research institutions, funding agencies, libraries, archives and museums committed themselves to taking concrete steps to promote the Internet as a medium for disseminating global knowledge.
Since 2003, the signatories have met annually at international conferences to report on the significant headway made in open access to the results of scientific research.
The commitment of French research to Open Access
The leading research institutes in France have played an active part in the Open Access Initiative from the outset. A Memorandum of Understanding signed by the universities and most of the country’s foremost research organisations strengthened the commitment of the French scientific community to Open Archives. The choice of the Sorbonne as the venue for the 7th Berlin conference is a further indication of this commitment.
Berlin 7 is an international showcase, during which France will be able to highlight its efforts in favour of open access to scientific knowledge, as well as the involvement of all the various players. It also provides an opportunity to present the concrete measures taken in this area by French research organisations, in particular through achievements such as the national HAL (Hyper Article on Line) platform.

Open access in the realm of French research