APRE has published a report to support researchers on the topics of open science, open access, and open data
Discover APREquaderni - OPEN Notebooks - a series of reports that collects the visions and insights of APRE Working Groups. The reports act as user manuals for different stakeholders, such as researchers, and are generated by the network of APRE members. APRE stands for the Agency for the Promotion of European Research, a non-profit organisation based in Italy. They closely collaborate with the Ministry of Education, University and Research (MIUR) and provide their members with information, support, and assistance on national and European programmes and collaborative initiatives in the field of Research, Technological Development, and Innovation (RTDI) and in the transfer of research results.
In November 2019, APRE published the document "Open Access - User manual for researchers", available only in Italian. The report focuses on open science and aims to act as a user manual for researchers on open science, open access, and open data. Read the report and discover answers to frequently asked questions and concerns about open access and open data.