[Open Access Interviews] Odile Hologne

Institutional archives must be useful to researchers

The open access movement is gaining ground as we speak. In this series of short videos from MyScienceWork, meet some of the players responsible. This week, Odile Hologne, managing director of scientific information at France’s National Institute for Agricultural Research (INRA), shares her experience setting up an institutional archive that is useful to the organization and the researcher alike.

The open access movement is gaining ground as we speak. In this series of short videos from MyScienceWork, meet some of the players responsible. This week, Odile Hologne, managing director of scientific information at France’s National Institute for Agricultural Research (INRA), shares her experience setting up an institutional archive that is useful to the organization and the researcher alike.

 

What do social media and institutional archives have to do with each another? What questions must an institution ask itself when creating its own open archive?

At International Open Access Week 2012 in Paris, MyScienceWork brought together numerous players in the movement. Among them, Odile Hologne  (@Holo_08) talked about the choices that need to be made and the prerequisites of a successful institutional archive, bringing both the scientist and the establishment what they need.

 

More in this series of [Open Access Interviews]:

Curt Rice: Radically reform the communication of scientific results

Bernard Rentier: “Researchers have no interest in limiting their readers”

Bart van Tiggelen: The more papers are accessible, the more they will be cited

Find out more:

Speaker presentations from both Open Access Week 2012 events in Paris

Storify of the second evening at UNESCO: "Measuring the Impact of Open Access, at UNESCO for Open Access Week"

Storify of the first evening at the University Pierre and Marie Curie (in French): "#OAWeek2012 A la découverte de l’Open Access à l’UPMC pour l’Open Access Week"

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What role do scientific publishers play in the transition to Open Access?

The open access policy of the University of Liège is multiplying

100% Open Access: Above all, a need for cohesion

Open Access + Social Media = Competitive Advantage