New OPERAS Newsletter: September 2020

The next OPERAS Newsletter is now available: OPERAS Newsletter September 2020

Newsletter September 2020

The newsletter keeps you updated about the OPERAS Research Infrastructure, its ongoing projects (OPERAS-P, TRIPLE, Study on Open Access Diamond), the CO-OPERAS GoFAIR Implementation Network, its international cooperations, our community and upcoming events.

We are happy to announce that the OPERAS conference “Opening up Social Sciences and Humanities in Europe: from Promises to Reality” will be fully digital this year, allowing for a larger and more global audience to participate. It will take place from 2–4 November 2020. The registration is open.
Find out what’s going on in the OPERAS community and follow our newsletter!

The newsletter informs you about the following topics:

OPERAS Research Infrastructure

  • OPERAS Conference: 2–4 November 2020
  • ESFRI Application submitted
  • OPERAS welcomes its Scientific Advisory Committee
  • OPERAS has signed the “Passenger Pigeon Manifesto”
  • New Structure for the OPERAS Assemblies
  • More OPERAS News in a Nutshell

OPERAS-P Project

  • Library Support for Open Access Books Workshop: the German perspective – Workshop of COPIM, OPERAS-P and the
  • OPERAS Research for Society Service and OPERAS Certification Service on the EOSC
  • Launch of the New Website

TRIPLE Project (Discovery Service)

  • New Consortium Partner
  • Announcement of Discovery Platform Name
  • More TRIPLE News in a Nutshell

Diamond OA Survey on Open Access Diamond Journals


News from the OPERAS Community

Save the Date

  • 22 October, Swiss Research Data Day, Geneva, Claire Clivaz and Elisa Nury (DH+, SIB, CH): “Research Data as a New Model of Scholarly Writing in SSH (H2020 project OPERAS-P)”
  • 28 October, DARIAH Annual Conference, Workshop OPERAS-P, Erzsébet Tóth-Czifra, Claire Clivaz, Maciej Maryl, Elisa Nury, Jadranka Stojanovski: “Does Communication belong to Scholarly Primitives? Innovations in scholarly communication through the lenses of Digital Humanities”
  • 2–4 November 2020, OPERAS Conference: “Opening up Social Sciences and Humanities in Europe: From Promisesto Reality”, digital
  • 17 November 2020, Munin 2020 pre-conference workshop, Elisabeth Ernst, Judith Schulte: “How to fill the information gap: Open Access for the social sciences and humanities” 

Judith Schulte

OPERAS Communication Manager and chief editor of the OPERAS Blog

1 Response

  1. 08/11/2020

    […] additional news about OPERAS in CH, two Swiss experts have been nominated at its Scientific Advisory Committee: Christine Choirat (Swiss Data Science Center, EPFL & ETH) […]

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