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January 21, 2020 (v1.0) Presentation Open Access

INFN use-case: Open Access Repository

Barbera, Roberto; Bruno, Riccardo; Fargetta, Marco; Rotondo, Riccardo

September 9, 2019 (v1) Technical note Open Access

Synthetic procedure to replicate the INFN Open Access Repository (based on Invenio v3 and Zenodo)

Fargetta, Marco; Rotondo, Riccardo; Barbera, Roberto

July 16, 2019 (vv1.1) Software Open Access

osct/oar-palms: OAR Release

Riccardo Bruno

March 27, 2019 (voar-1.0) Software Open Access

osct/zenodo: INFN OAR First release

Lars Holm Nielsen; Alex Ioannidis; Krzysztof Nowak; Adrian Baran; ChiaraBi; Marco Fargetta; Samuele Kaplun; Sami Hiltunen; Aman Jain; Javier Delgado Fernández; Xiao Meng; Tibor Šimko; Rushal Verma; Odd; Katrin Leinweber; Jiri Kuncar; Vedant Rathore; Harris Tzovanakis; Manan Pal Singh; Megan Potterbusch; Kishan Sagathiya; João Gonçalves; Johnny Mariéthoz; Esteban J. G. Gabancho; David Zerulla; Dan Blanchard; Bruno Cuc; Bertrand Néron; Antonin Delpeuch; Amit Kapadia


INFN Open Access Repository at a glance

  • Research. Shared. — all research outputs from across all domains of INFN research are welcome!
  • Findable. Citeable. Discoverable. — each upload gets a Digital Object Identifier (DOI) to make it easily and uniquely citeable. You can (automatically) link your research outputs to your ORCID profile.
  • Communities — create and curate your own community for a workshop, project, Division. Laboratory, service, journal, etc. into which you can accept or reject uploads.
  • Funding — you can associate an upload to the grant that has funded the work.
  • Flexible licensing — you can choose among several licenses. You can also upload closed or embargoed research outputs.