OPERAS survey on Open Access: Funders

OPERAS (Open Access in the European Research Area through Scholarly Communication) is a consortium of 34 partners from 11 European countries coordinating to promote and support open scholarly communication, particularly in the field of the humanities and social sciences. Its aim is to set up a research infrastructure at the European level and offer Open Science services that are useful for the academic community and global society. To find out more, please see: http://www.operas-eu.org

In 2017, OPERAS decided to launch surveys aimed at the different stakeholders in Europe to better understand their needs concerning open scholarly communication. By answering this survey, you will help us to define and establish future services that will really address your needs and drive the academic community towards more and better open science.


Here are the abbreviations we are using in the questionnaire:

- OA: Open Access

- SSH: Social sciences and humanities

- STEM: Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics





Legal information:
The responsible for data processing is Openedition / Cléo - UMS3287 CNRS.

The information given in this form is optional. It will be electronically processed to identify needs regarding digital infrastructures in the SSH at European level. The recipient of the raw data is the Cléo (France). The OPERAS partners will receive anonymized data.

In accordance with the Informatique et Libertés Law of 6 January 1978 (amended), you have the right to access and rectify any information that concerns you. If you wish to exercise this right and obtain the information about you, please contact OpenEdition/Cléo.

You may also, for legitimate reasons, object to the processing of your personal data.


There are 16 questions in this survey.