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 Where to reference and archive your software source code?

1. Recognition: research software is an essential part of open scholarly production. It should be treated in the same way as the publications and data with which it is closely related.

2. Reporting: HAL ensures quality referencing and promotes visibility and access to open source code through appropriate and verified metadata.

3. Preservation: software is fragile, source code forges are not stable. SWH guarantees the preservation of its codes and their history.

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There are 3 presentations scheduled: 1- Sharing and Valorizing Research Data through the dat@UBFC portal Thursday, May 2nd - 12:30 PM 2- Understanding Archives: Towards New Search Interfaces Based on Semantic Annotation of Documents Thursday, May 23rd - 12:30 PM 3- Optimizing Data Management for Your Organization with the Entity DMP Friday, May 24th - 12:30 PM

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This 9th issue of "Parlons Science ouverte" takes a look back at the latest news from Episciences in favor of bibliodiversity, with, in the final part, a special focus on the brand new title available on Episciences: Open Plasma Science, the first diamond model physics journal supported by the Université de Lorraine.

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The user support team at CCSD (Center for Direct Scientific Communication) offers one-hour sessions to learn almost everything about depositing in HAL. This one-hour remote training will help you master the process of depositing scientific publications in HAL. Accompanied by a member of the CCSD support team, you will go through the steps to deposit one of your scientific publications in HAL. IMPORTANT: For this training to be effective, it is recommended to participate with a scientific publication ready to be deposited in HAL. See the accepted document types in HAL: Note: If you are new to HAL, it is advisable to attend the "Getting Started in HAL" training first.

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It is aimed at a audience of doctoral students and researchers with the goal of providing support for these new scientific practices

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Three video tutorials were created by Alice Fritsch, a student at Enssib and trainee at Episciences, for OpenAIRE, in order to guide users through the submission to Episciences journals. These videos will soon be available in the documentation of Episciences.

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