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title 06/06/2019

Last September 2018, an international consortium of research funders – referred to as cOAlition S and that includes the FNR, Luxembourg’s national funder – released the Plan S initiative that aims to make scientific publications fully and immediately Open Access (OA). After a period of consultation from the research community and publishers, the final and revised principles and implementation guidelines were published last week.

 

Plan S states that:

"With effect from 2021, all scholarly publications on the results from research funded by public or private grants provided by national, regional and international research councils and funding bodies, must be published in Open Access Journals, on Open Access Platforms, or made immediately available through Open Access Repositories without embargo."

 

As a researcher, if you are fully or partially funded by the FNR or by another funding agency part of cOAlition S (for grants awarded as of January 2021), you will be required to:

  • Publish in an OA venue (OA journal or OA platform); or publish in a subscription journal and make it fully open and immediately available on ORBilu; or publish OA in a subscription journal under a transformative arrangement.

  • Publishing in a ‘hybrid’ (or mirror/sister) journal will not be allowed, except if a transformative arrangement is in place.

  • No embargo periods are allowed (i.e. fully open and immediate access on ORBilu).

  • Retain your author rights by publishing under an open licence, preferably the Creative Commons Attribution Licence (CC BY).

 

We recommend you read the full principles and implementation guidelines about Plan S on https://www.coalition-s.org/

Read more about some of the concerns you may have

The ORBIlu team is growing
22/05/2019

The University of Luxembourg library has just hired on a permanent basis an “Advocate for scholarly communication and research process”.

Jonathan England, who will also now coordinate ORBilu, will be your point of contact at the University for Open Access queries, research data management and Data Management Plans guidance, or any other developments around research outputs dissemination and Open Science.

Make good use of these new services by contacting: jonathan.england@uni.lu or orbilu@uni.lu

Open Science Forum – 14-16 November 2018
05/11/2018

Save the date for three days of seminars, debates and hands-on sessions on how to make your research more visible, transparent, reproducible and efficient.

The Open Science Forum is aimed at all researchers and research support staff within and around Luxembourg, whatever your field of research or your research institution is and whether you are an early-career or an established researcher. 

From publication and data management to research evaluation and open innovation, you will all find something to learn and debate about. 

Find out more on the website or email us at openscience2018@uni.lu

 

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