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Publication . Article . Other literature type . 2022

Open Research Data and Innovative Scholarly Writing: OPERAS highlights

Elisa Nury; Claire Clivaz; Marta Błaszczyńska; Michael Kaiser; Agata Morka; Valérie Schaefer; Jadranka Stojanovski; +1 Authors
Open Access
Published: 15 Feb 2022
Publisher: HAL CCSD

International audience; Published in OA on RESSI ( at the end of Octobre 2021. We present here highlights from an enquiry on the innovations in scholarly writing in the Humanities and Social Sciences in the H2020 project OPERAS-P. This article explores the theme of Open Research Data and its role in the emergence of new models of scholarly writing. We examine more closely the obstacles and fostering conditions to the publication of research data, both from a social and a technical perspective.


Open Research Data, OPERAS, DARIAH-EU, Scholarly writing, Scholarly communication, Academic publishing, Innovation, Social Sciences, Humanities, [SHS]Humanities and Social Sciences, [SHS.INFO]Humanities and Social Sciences/Library and information sciences, H2020, OPERAS, DARIAH, scholarly writing, innovation, academic publishing, Open Research Data ; OPERAS ; DARIAH-EU ; Scholarly writing ; Scholarly communication ; Academic Publishing, Innovation ; Social Sciences ; Humanities, [SHS] Humanities and Social Sciences, [SHS.INFO] Humanities and Social Sciences/Library and information sciences

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Preparing open access in the european research area through scholarly communication
  • Funder: European Commission (EC)
  • Project Code: 871069
  • Funding stream: H2020 | RIA
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