[IRTalk] FW: [EIFL-OA] Webinars on RePol - Repository Policy Generator and Shareyourpaper.org, OA publishing with OJS 3, Copyright policy actions for OA and and on Dataverse

Leti Kleyn leti.kleyn at up.ac.za
Tue Feb 16 16:08:39 SAST 2021

Apologies for cross-posting.



*From:* Iryna Kuchma <iryna.kuchma at eifl.net>
*Sent:* Tuesday, February 16, 2021 4:06 PM
*To:* eifloa <eifloa at lists.eifl.net>
*Subject:* [EIFL-OA] Webinars on RePol - Repository Policy Generator and
Shareyourpaper.org, OA publishing with OJS 3, Copyright policy actions for
OA and and on Dataverse

Dear colleagues,

We will be hosting/co-hosting four webinars in February - March, which
might be useful for you and your colleagues:

   - RePol - Repository Policy Generator and Shareyourpaper.org on Wed, 17
   February, at 10:00 GMT / 11:00 CET, please register here
   - Open access publishing with OJS 3 on 8 March at 10:00 GMT, please
   register here
   - International and national copyright policy action for OA on 8 March
   at 14:00-16:00 CET, please register here

   - Dataverse repository webinar on 10 March at 10:00-11:30 GMT, please
   register here

Please join and promote in your networks, see more details below

Webinar on RePol - Repository Policy Generator and Shareyourpaper.org

Join this EIFL webinar and discuss machine-readable repository policies and
automated deposit workflows with permissions and version checking for
journal articles that help to locate the right version of the article to be
uploaded to the repository.

*Date and time*: *Wednesday, 17 February, at 10:00 GMT / 11:00 CET*
*Registration*: *Please register here

Branko Marovic and Vasilije Rajovic, from the University of Belgrade
Computer Centre, and Milica Sevkusic, from the Institute of Technical
Sciences of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts and EIFL Open Access
Programme Coordinator in Serbia, will talk about about RePol - Repository
Policy Generator <https://repol.ni4os.eu/>, which is an online tool
developed within the NI4OS-Europe project that generates repository
policies using some predefined options. Technical details
<https://wiki.ni4os.eu/index.php/RePol> and the source code
<https://github.com/RestlessDevil/RePol/> are available and all new
versions of RePol will also be open source.

Joe McArthur from Open Access Button will talk about Shareyourpaper.org for
libraries <https://shareyourpaper.org/libraries>, which automates
repository deposit workflow for journal articles — metadata entry,
permissions, and version checking. Authors don’t need to spend time finding
and making sense of publisher policies, and libraries can trust that they
receive the allowed version. Here is some more information about the permission
checking tools <https://shareyourpaper.org/permissions#tools>. Repositories
could use this self-setup system and adjust the workflow to their liking.
Shareyourpaper.org is community-owned, open source, and free.
The webinar will include time for questions and discussion.


Webinar on open access publishing with OJS

Join LIBSENSE webinar hosted by EIFL about good practices in using Open
Journal Systems software (OJS) 3 and establishing an open access scholarly

*Date and time: March 8 at 10:00 - 11:30 GMT *

*Registration*: *Please register here
<https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_qRuBZ5kSQ9eyYRtNzE24eA>. *

Jill Claassen, the section manager of scholarly communication and research
at the University of Cape Town (UCT) Libraries, and Lena Nyahodza, the
scholarly communication and publishing librarian at UCT, will talk about
publishing guidelines in establishing scholarly journals and demonstrate
the management role in the configuration of the scholarly journals.

And Bessem Aamira, Ingénieur en Informatique, CNUDST, will continue the
webinar in French language sharing CNUDST experiences using OJS and will
also provide good practice advice.

Open Journal Systems (OJS) <https://pkp.sfu.ca/ojs/> is an open source
software application for managing and publishing scholarly journals.
Originally developed and released by PKP in 2001 to improve access to
research, it is the most widely used open source journal publishing
platform in existence, with over 10,000 journals using it worldwide.


*International and national copyright policy action for OA*

Join this EIFL and SPARC Europe webinar and get up to date on important
international and national rights retention and open licensing policy

*Date and time: 8 March 2021, 14:00-16:00 CETRegistration: Please register
here <https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_1_E001J9RG-E4EHlq1mYpg>.*

The webinar targets open science policymakers, research funding
organization and research performing organization managers, librarians,
repository managers and academic institutional copyright experts. Speakers
include Vanessa Proudman (SPARC Europe), Johan Rooryck and Sally Rumsey
(cOAlition S), Alea Lopez de San Roman (European Commission), Niamh Brennan
(Trinity College Dublin) and Susan Reilly (University College Dublin),
Arjan Schalken (UKB - a partnership of Dutch University Libraries and The
Royal Library of the Netherlands (Koninklijke Bibliotheek), Chris Banks
(Imperial College London) and Brigitte Vezina (Creative Commons).

See the programme and further details:

Webinar on the Dataverse repository for research data

Are you looking for a repository software to run your research data
repository? Join this LIBSENSE webinar hosted by EIFL and learn about
Dataverse software for setting up repositories for research data

*Date and time: **March 10 at 10:00-11:30 GMT  *

*Registration*: *Please register **here
<https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_wWmbWiGLTdqwHbM7_HoXnQ>**. *

Dataverse <https://dataverse.org/> is free and open source software for
repositories to share, preserve and explore research data. Vyacheslav
Tykhonov from DANS-KNAW will provide an overview of the software, tips on
how to install and will present Dataverse SSHOC project building a mature
data platform for the European research institutions. DANS-KNAW has a lot
of years of experience in providing Dataverse as a service for the Dutch
research communities. DataverseNL (https://dataverse.nl) is a publicly
accessible data repository platform in the Netherlands established in 2013
and open to researchers of affiliated institutes and their collaborators to
deposit and share research data openly with anyone.

Fadoua EL MAGUIRI from IMIST will talk about the national Dataverse
repository in Morocco (in French language).
There will be time for questions and discussion.


Looking forward to seeing you there!

Best wishes,


*Iryna Kuchma*
Open Access Programme Manager
iryna.kuchma at eifl.net | Skype: iryna.kuchma
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