Kristiina Hormia- Poutanen

Kristiina Hormia- Poutanen

National Library of Finland

    Director, Library Network Services, National Library of Finland 2000–
    Adviser of LIBER (2018–2020), President 2014–2018, vice-president 2010–2014
    Member of DORA (The San Francisco Declaration on Research Assessment) advisory committee 2018–2021
    Member of the Open Science Policy Platform, European Commission 2016–2018, 2018–2020
    Member of the Digital Heritage Expert Group, European Commission 2017-2021
    Member of the Finnish Open Science strategy group 2017–2020
    Member of the Finnish Publication Forum steering group 2020-2023
    Member of the steering committee of the Research information hub - a new window into Finnish research 2017–2020
    Member of the steering committee of the Finnish Open Science and Research Initiative 2014–2017
    Member of the National Digital Library steering committee 2010–2017

    Kristiina Hormia-Poutanen is the director of Library Network Services at the National Library of Finland (NLF). She is a director who leads the development of national infrastructure services for HE institutions, public libraries, archives, museums, and other public sector institutions.
    The Library Network Services provides national infrastructure services for libraries, archives, museums and for the public sector as a whole. The services can be divided into two main categories:
    1) services that improve access to information and 2) metadata and bibliographic services as well as interoperability services.
    She is the former President and adviser of LIBER, the Association of European Research Libraries. Fostering Open Science is a priority of LIBER, which represents 400+ research libraries across 40 countries in Europe. LIBER has been actively fostering Open Science especially in the fields of Open Access, Research Data Management, FAIR Data, Digital Humanities, as well as leadership and skills development. Advocacy related to the copyright reform, raising awareness, building strategic partnerships and being active in EU projects related to Open Science are also among the duties of LIBER. Kristiina Hormia-Poutanen has been a member of the Open Science Policy Platform of the European Commission. She is the only person representing libraries in the expert group. The OSPP consists of 25 high-level representatives of European Open Science stakeholders. The OSPP has published a final report in 2020.

    She has been a member of steering committees of the Open Science and Research Initiative as well as the National Digital Library in Finland. The Finnish Ministry of Education and Culture coordinated the Open Science and Research Initiative (ATT) for the term 2014–2017. The objective was for Finland to become one of the leading countries in Open Science and Research.
    The National Digital Library of Finland developed the availability and usability of digital cultural heritage; preservation of digital cultural heritage; digitisation of cultural heritage and collaboration between libraries, archives, and museums. The National Library of Finland is responsible for the development of the National Discovery Service Finna (finna.fi). Based on external evaluation, Finna has been the most successful of the NDL services.
    Kristiina Hormia-Poutanen has extensive national and international networks related to Open Science; open discovery and digital cultural heritage.

    Next event: Chapter XXXVIII Focus on Open Science: Budapest

    Presentation:
    Open Science Development in Finland: An Illustration of Open Science in Practice

    Open Science is being implemented in many countries in Europe. Research is global and also the development of policies, infrastructures, sharing of best practices etc. must happen in international collaboration. Each nation also has the responsibility to foster and implement Open Science.
    Finland aims to be a leading country in Open Science. The development of the basic building blocks was started already in 2010 in a national initiative. In 2018 the responsibility of national coordination of Open Science was given to the Federation of Learned Societies in accordance with the recommendations of the Open Science Policy Platform. The National Library of Finland (NLF) has an active role in implementing several Open Science services.
    The presentation will discuss European and national level policies and give some practical examples of implementing OS principles.

    All Sessions by Kristiina Hormia- Poutanen

    Chapter XXXIX: Budapest November 8, 2022
    11:15 - 11:40

    Kristiina Hormia-Poutanen, Director at the Library Network Services, National Library of Finland

    Presentation: Open Science Development in Finland: An Illustration of Open Science in Practice

    Chapter XXXVI: Latin America June 1, 2022
    15:50 - 16:10

    Kristiina Hormia-Poutanen, Director at the Library Network Services, National Library of Finland

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