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OPERAS National Nodes

OPERAS National Nodes OPERAS has started to build up national communities within 2021. National nodes play a pivotal role in establishing a connection point to outside the OPERAS community, in promoting a proximity relation with local communities, helping to identify


GraspOS —  next Generation Research Assessment to Promote Open Science The GraspOS project (next Generation Research Assessment to Promote Open Science) is funded for three years under the Horizon Europe Research Infrastructures programme (, from January 2023 until December 2025.

PALOMERA media and outputs

Project’s media and outputs Media Recording of the PALOMERA Series Launch Event, held on March 28, 2023: Slides of the event are available on Zenodo: Webinar recording — Creating Community-Driven Pathways to Equitable Open Scholarly Publishing. Event held on June


Skills4EOSC ‘Skills for the European Open Science commons: creating a training ecosystem for Open and FAIR science’ is funded for three years by the European Commission Horizon Europe programme (Grant Agreement 101058527 – The project is coordinated by Consortium


Project Community Manager (OA Book Usage Data Trust and PALOMERA) As the Project Community Manager, Ursula develops and manages global engagement strategies for diverse stakeholder groups; facilitating virtual and in-person community consultation sessions; and feedback-gathering mechanisms. She is currently part

OA Book Usage Data Trust

July 2022-June 2025 Sponsored by the Mellon Foundation This project aims to formalize the Data Trust effort’s community-governance mechanisms, quantify data trust participation benefits in terms of an ROI, and understand the full operational costs related to international data space


How to Advocate for Innovation in Scholarly Communication?

An Open Chat Series by the OPERAS SIG “Advocacy” Do the humanities and social sciences need (more) advocacy?  Why is advocacy crucial for forging open scholarly communication? What can you do for more openness in the humanities and social sciences