OPERAS is a distributed Research Infrastructure (RI) project for open scholarly communication. The main goal is to introduce the principle of Open Science and ensure effective dissemination and global access to research results in the Social Sciences and Humanities (SSH).
You can find more information about the project here.
Download the OPERAS flyer here: OPERAS Flyer
06/28/2017 – First OPERAS Validation Workshop, Amsterdam
The first OPERAS Validation Workshop took place on 26/27 June 2017 in the Central Library in Amsterdam.
The workshop has concluded the design phase of the OPERAS-D project and has planned the next steps. OPERAS-D project partners have presented 4 deliverables to the OPERAS consortium: the landscape study of open scholarly communication in Europe, the technical mapping of the OPERAS network, the online survey on future OPERAS services, and the future business and governance model of the OPERAS infrastructure. The findings will be the main part of a design study that will be available for download soon.
The OPERAS network has launched 8 working groups to explore future services OPERAS will develop. Each group will develop a white paper for mid-2018. Find out more about the working groups here: http://operas.hypotheses.org/working-groups.
Find out more about the OPERAS-D project here: http://operas-eu.org/operas-d