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Online helpdesk infrastructure installed and functional

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    Boris Jacob; James Davy
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    No. 264
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    "MRAC (Royal Museum for Central Africa) and NBGB (National Botanic Garden of Belgium) have been implementing a helpdesk online environment, where providers have access to documentation, FAQdocumentation, a discussion forum, and contact addresses (email and phone)" [Taken from the document.]
    Projects and Networks > OpenUp!
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    MRAC; NBGB
    OpenUp!
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    Co-funded by the European Commission
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    07-Mar-12
    English
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    Final
    Indirect
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    PDF
    29-May-12
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Open Access Overview : Focusing on open access to peer-reviewed research articles and their preprints

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    Peter Suber
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    No. 223
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    "This is an introduction to open access (OA) for those who are new to the concept. I hope it's short enough to read, long enough to be useful, and organized to let you skip around and dive into detail only where you want detail. It doesn't cover every nuance or answer every objection. But for those who read it, it should cover enough territory to prevent the misunderstandings that delayed progress in our early days." [Taken from the document.]
    Copyright and IPR questions;
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    Unknown
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    18-Mar-12
    English
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    Indirect
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    Website
    30-May-12
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Open Access: A Briefing Paper

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    Alma Swan
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    No. 231
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    "Researchers publish their results to establish their own claim to the research and to enable other researchers to build upon them. In the case of journal articles, only the richest institutions have been able to afford a reasonable proportion of all the scholarly journals published and so learning about and accessing such articles has not always been easy for most researchers. Open Access changes all this." [Taken from the document.]
    Copyright and IPR questions;
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    OASIS
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    Seed funding: Open Society Institute of the Soros Foundation
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    English
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    Indirect
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    PDF
    30-May-12
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PESI D2.2 Government of copyright of electronic biodiversity data

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    Mark Costello
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    No. 273
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    "This report constitutes Deliverable 2.2 of Work Package 2 on the coordination and integration of European expert networks. The value of the taxonomic databases is highly dependant on the input of taxonomic experts who compile, revise and validate the data. A major concern is that in the current academic setting the work on reference databases receives little acknowledgement." [Taken from the document.]
    Projects and Networks > PESI
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    Society of the Management of Electronic Biodiversity Data
    PESI
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    European Commission / Seventh Framework Programme
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    28-Dec-09
    English
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    version 1.2
    Indirect
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    PDF
    29-May-12
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Partnership Agreement

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    Consortium, The Sterna
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    No. 288
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    Partnership Agreement and Terms and Conditions for Content Contributors between Naturalis and the partner.
    Projects and Networks > Sterna
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    Naturalis
    STERNA
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    European Commission
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    01-Jul-05
    English
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    Indirect
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    DOC
    21-Apr-12
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Principios Rectores en Derechos de Propiedad Intelectual - Guiding Principles Regarding Intellectual Property Rights (Excerpts from the GBIF Memorandum of Understanding

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    Anonymous
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    No. 210
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    Guiding Principles Regarding Intellectual Property Rights
    Projects and Networks > GBIF; Copyright and IPR questions;
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    GBIF spain
    GBIF spain
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    Spanish High Council of Research (CSIC)
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    English; Spanish
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    Indirect
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    PDF
    21-Apr-12
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REPORT BY THE ERAC WORKING GROUP ON KNOWLEDGE TRANSFER

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    Anonymous
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    No. 102
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    "Delegations will find in the annex the report by the ERAC Working Group on Knowledge Transfer entitled " 2010 Report on the implementation of the Council Resolution and Commission Recommendation on the management of intellectual property in knowledge transfer activities and code of practice for universities and other public research organisation by Member states (MS) and Associated countries (AC)" as adopted by ERAC at its meeting on 7 and 8 October 2010." [Taken from the document.]
    Copyright and IPR questions;
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    European research area committee
    ERAC
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    European Commission
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    11 February 2011
    English
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    Indirect
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    PDF
    21-Apr-12
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Smithsonian Web and New Media Strategy

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    Anonymous
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    No. 313
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    Central website of the Smithsonian Institution.
    Copyright and IPR questions
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    Unknown
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    Unknown
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    29.07.2009
    English
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    1.0
    Indirect
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    Website
    30-May-12
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Species 2000 - Data Access Agreement and Licence

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    Frank Bisby
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    No. 224
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    Page contains two documents: Data Access Agreement and Data Access licence
    Copyright and IPR questions; Projects and Networks > Species2000
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    Species 2000
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    Unknown
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    01-Oct-04
    English
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    Indirect
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    DOC
    21-Apr-12
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The Europeana Licensing Framework

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    Anonymous
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    No. 158
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    "The Europeana Licensing Framework provides an important underlying layer facilitating many of Europeana’s activities. This framework helps govern the relationships of Europeana, its data providers and its users. Europeana uses standard, interoperable and machine-readable licences to allow the data to talk to other applications and services. The licences frame in a clear way what can and cannot be done by human and machine agents with the metadata and the content it accesses. Additionally, the Europeana Licensing Framework introduces community norms to support best practice among users and re-users" [Taken from the document].
    Copyright and IPR questions; Projects and Networks > Europeana
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    The Europeana Licensing Framework was developed by the Institute for Information Law, the Bibliothèque nationale de Luxembourg and Kennisland in cooperation with Europeana
    Europeana v1.0
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    Co-funded by the European Union
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    03-Jul-05
    English
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    Indirect
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    PDF
    21-Apr-12
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