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Accelerating Innovation through Open Research at ILRI

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Poster prepared by Peter Ballantyne for the ILRI Institutional Planning Meeting (IPM), ILRI, Addis Ababa, 17-19 September 2019

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Accelerating Innovation through Open Research at ILRI

  1. 1. API standards OPEN formats products articles, books, chapters data software code licences repositories • Information products: cgspace.cgiar.org • Data: data.ilri.org • Code: github.com/ilri • Licences: ilri.org/copyright • Policies and guidelines: ilri.org/open Accelerating Innovation through Open Research at ILRI Open research products and outputs travel further; facilitating collaboration, increasing visibility and enhancing impact. Open access also safeguards the public good legacy of ILRI’s work ensuring continuing high-quality access to knowledge into the future. This document has a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International Licence Prepared by Peter Ballantyne: September 2019 Funding for this work was provided by CGIAR Trust Fund contributors Opening access … • Allows partners, collaborators and others to directly use our work; • Increases the visibility of our research – whether in journals, social media or through search engines; • Increases the chances that our work will lead to outcomes and impact; by removing access barriers; • Fosters collaboration by sharing what we do more widely; others are more likely to see and want to contribute to our work; • Facilitates the re-use of our digital resources across other platforms; through open standards, licences and inter-operability. • Safeguards our institutional memory and legacy for future use. • Is mandated by ILRI and CGIAR policies on open access and research data management; • Is guided by the FAIR principles – that our digital assets are findable, accessible, inter-operable and re-usable; • Requires that we give all our products open ‘creative commons’ or similar licences encouraging re-use; • Requires that our commercially-published journal articles, books and book chapters have open licences and copyrights retained by ILRI; • Requires us to make our data, publications, code, software and other products accessible through robust repositories hosted by ILRI or other reputable platforms. Open access … Resources and support • Information products: Abenet Yabowork (a.yabowork@cgiar.org) • Data: Harrison Njamba (h.njamba@cgiar.org) • Code: Alan Orth (a.orth@cgiar.org) • Licences: Sheila Wainaina (s.wainaina@cgiar.org) Who to contact

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