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The End of Project Confernece of the Project PEER – Publishing and the Ecology of European Research http://www.peerproject.eu/ is going to take place on 29 May in Brussels.
PEER, supported by the EC eContentplus programme, has been investigating the effects of the large-scale, systematic depositing of authors’ final peer-reviewed manuscripts (so called Green Open Access or stage-two research output). The project is a collaboration between publishers, repositories, and the research community including funding bodies, which has run since September 2008 and will conclude with this conference at which the final results will be presented and discussed.
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After the official announcement in November the organizing team of the Open Repositories 2012 has published the call of proposal for the conference. The aim of the Open Repositories Conference is to bring those responsible for the development, implementation and management of digital repositories together with stakeholders to address theoretical, practical, and strategic issues. There will be also space during the conference for session in the spirit of the successful Repository Fringe which took place periodical as un-conference in Edinburgh and will be this year part of the conference.
Understanding the change repositories can bring about, the changes they themselves need to undergo, and the areas in which local action is ...