HEAL-Link - ΑΑΙ Infrastructure

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HEAL-Link (Hellenic Academic Libraries Link), in the framework of its activity to strengthen Open Access in Greece, explores systematically the ways and means for the transition to a new scientific publication landscape, which will be sustainable and beneficial to the public academic and research institutions. In this process, HEAL-Link participates in international initiatives, evaluates the developments and weighs them, taking into account the benefit for the Greek scientific community. HEAL-Link's Declaration on Open Access in Greece expresses its concerns about the inadequacy of the current scientific publication model and explicitly states the direct initiatives that it undertakes. The Ministry of Education, Research and Religious Affairs, through Minister Kostas Gavroglou, supports the "Declaration on Open Access in Greece". The Minister's assent to the text of the Declaration was expressed after a meeting with the Chairperson of HEAL-Link, Professor Theodora Ioannidou, on the 31st of May 2018, at the Ministry of Education, Research and Religious Affairs.

Declaration on Open Access in Greece
Διακήρυξη για την Ανοιχτή Πρόσβαση στην Ελλάδα

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Authentication and Authorization Infrastructure

ΑΑΙ Infrastructure

Graphical representation of Authentication and Authorization Infrastructure. Graphical representation of Authentication and Authorization Infrastructure.

Authentication and Authorization Infrastructure (AAI) uses an integrated and federated approach, where each party (institutions-members, publishers) controls the steps regarding authentication and authorization of users and the Resource Owners (publishers) define access rules for members according to the agreements with HEAL-Link Federation.

This way users are authenticated by their institution and get authorized access to the subscribed content of HEAL-Link from anywhere.



"Control over computing belongs with users", Allen Brandt