As part of its reflections, its surveys of researchers and teachers and the involvement of stakeholders within faculties and services, UNIL has defined a plan of action in 5 priority areas :
Each of these 5 axes is broken down into specific objectives, concrete measures to be carried out and expected deliverables.
In short : the establishment of an institutional framework supported by the UNIL Directorate; the development of an Open Science institutional strategy and guidelines; the definition of processes and the development of procedures for OA and OrD.
In short : the identification of internal expertise; the creation of Open Science support services and a single virtual window; the support, coordination and recognition of SO expertise within faculties.
In short : the creation of online DMPs; an infrastructure and tools for storage, collaborative work, sharing, repository, long-term preservation and valorisation of scientific publications and research data.
In short : generalist training and tailor-made workshops; a platform for advice and support for researchers.
In short : raising awareness in the UNIL community of the challenges of Open Science; supporting a new, more open and accessible scientific culture; promoting Open Science and organizing events.