09 May 2017
Following our workshop in Copenhagen during November 2016, we have published 48 concrete recommendations on monitoring Open Access publications and cost data related to publications.
A study to analyse the extent that OA policies are dependent on non-commercial,...Find out more
A study to compare approaches to RDM training within the five partner countries.Find out more
Our work on the monitoring of open access across the Knowledge Exchange partner countriesFind out more
A study by Science Europe & Knowledge Exchange to explore how RDM/RDI are, or can be, funded.Find out more
The Knowledge Exchange (KE) partners are six key national organisations within Europe tasked with developing infrastructure and services to enable the use of digital technologies to improve higher education and research: CSC in Finland, CNRS in France DEFF in Denmark, DFG in Germany, Jisc in the UK and SURF in the Netherlands.
Our six partners share a clear vision that scholarship should be open. Through Knowledge Exchange we are working together to support the development of digital infrastructure to enable open scholarship. We are raising our collective voice to inform national and international policies and promote common approaches, so that it becomes easier for scholarship to cross national boundaries.
We share our knowledge, experiences and resources.