Report Open Access

D8.6 Open data repository report

Koller, Jan; Grosse Erdmann, Julian

The project “Ressource-efficient Circular Product Service Systems” (ReCiPSS) is dedicated to following the open access policy as part of the European Horizon 2020 program. For this purpose, all publications like articles, conference contributions, and research data related to the project’s outcomes that do not fall under confidentiality must be deposited in an open access repository. To achieve widespread dissemination, the results will be available on the ReCiPSS-website, linked to the open data repository Zenodo and distributed at scientific platforms linked via the individual partners’ ORCID iDs.
In ReCiPSS, research data will be stored on the Zenodo platform, which is integrated with ORCID and easily usable with OpenAIRE. Reports, Journal publications, conference contributions, and other written documents must be published with open accessibility. To ease the accessibility after publishing under a suitable license, documents may be uploaded via the institutional repositories of the ReCiPSS partners and can be linked to the OpenAIRE representation of the project, either from the publishers’ open access repository or from the institutional repository. In OpenAIRE; both research data and written documents are centrally collected and linked among each other and to the responsible researchers.
To make sure the extent of information and collection of publications is consistent through different research/citation platforms such as Mendeley, MyScienceWork, or ResearchGate, project partners create and use their ORCiD iD (central, independent identifier) to store, export, and import information on their scientific work, especially in the context of the project ReCiPSS.
This document summarizes the setup and structure of the open access repository and the integration of research/citation networks. The basics of the services used are described first, followed by their interrelationship. Finally, the entry process in the open data repository Zenodo is explained using an example.

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