Open access in France
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In France, open access to scholarly communication is relatively robust and has strong public support. Revues.org, a digital platform for social science and humanities publications, launched in 1999. Hyper Articles en Ligne (HAL) began in 2001. The French National Center for Scientific Research participated in 2003 in the creation of the influential Berlin Declaration on Open Access to Knowledge in the Sciences and Humanities. Publishers EDP Sciences and OpenEdition belong to the international Open Access Scholarly Publishers Association.
There are a number of collections of scholarship in France housed in digital open access repositories. They contain journal articles, book chapters, data, and other research outputs that are free to read. The main open repository platform in use for French higher education and research institutions is HAL. It hosts over 520 000 fulltext documents and about 1.5 million references. More than 120 institutions have opened their own institutional portals on the HAL platform.
Open access publishing
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France's main actor in open access publishing is Openedition. This set of publishing platforms is specialized in Human and Social Sciences. It hosts 490 journals, 5,600+ books, 2,600+ blogs and 39,000 events. Openedition is operated by an institutional unit called CLEO, and funded by the Centre national de la recherche scientifique, Ecole des hautes etudes en sciences sociales, Université d'Aix-Marseille, and Université d'Avignon et des Pays de Vaucluse. It uses for books and journals a "freemium" business model: most content is available in HTML format for free, and the other formats (pdf, epub) are available to the subscribed institutions.
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Key events in the development of open access in France include the following:
- Creation of the Revues.org portal by Marin Dacos, with 2 open access journals
- HAL-Inria repository launched
- Signature of a partnership agreement in favour of open archives and HAL by French higher education and research institutions
- Law for a digital Republic, creating a right for the researchers to submit their accepted manuscripts to institutional repositories, eventually with an embargo period, even if they've signed an copyright transfert agreement.
- Consortium Couperin cancels its subscription to a bundle of several journals published by Springer Nature.
- 4 July: French Minister for Higher Education, Research and Innovation Frédérique Vidal announces a National Plan for Open Science
- 4 September: Researchers from France take part in the Europe-wide Plan S initiative.
- Open data in France
- Internet in France
- Education in France
- Media of France
- Copyright law of France
- Science and technology in France
- Open access in other countries
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- "Convention de partenariat en faveur des archives ouvertes et de la plateforme mutualisée HAL" (PDF). Ministère de l'enseignement supérieur, de la recherche et de l'innovation. Retrieved August 4, 2018.
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- "National plan for open science" (PDF). MESRI. Retrieved 5 August 2018.
- "Plan S: Accelerating the transition to full and immediate Open Access to scientific publications" (PDF). Science Europe. 4 September 2018. Retrieved 13 September 2018.
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- Hélène Bosc (2008). "L'auto-archivage en France: deux exemples de politiques différentes et leurs résultats" [Self-Archiving in France: Two Different Policies and Their Results]. Liinc em Revista (in French). Brazil. 4. doi:10.18617/liinc.v4i2.280. ISSN 1808-3536.
- Open Access in France: a state of the art report (PDF), Ministère de l'Enseignement supérieur et de la Recherche, 2010
- Eelco Ferwerda; Frances Pinter; Niels Stern (2017), "Country Study: France", Landscape Study on Open Access and Monographs: Policies, Funding and Publishing in Eight European Countries, Knowledge Exchange, doi:10.5281/zenodo.815932
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News and comment from the worldwide movement for open access to research
- "Browse by Country: France". ROARMAP: Registry of Open Access Repository Mandates and Policies. UK: University of Southampton.
- "Our members: France". Sparceurope.org. SPARC Europe.
Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition
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