The Steering Committee is made up of representatives of the different institutions sponsoring OpenEdition Center.
President of Aix-Marseille University
Scientific Director of the INSHS
Open Science Advisor (French Ministry of Research)
Directorate General for Research and Innovation, French Ministry of Higher Education and Research
President of the University of Avignon and Pays de Vaucluse
President of the EHESS
Chair of the OpenEdition Scientific Board (ongoing election process)
OpenEdition Scientific Board
Souad Azizi – Professor, Anthropology, Hassan II University of Casablanca (Morocco)
Karine Bennafla – Professor, Geography, Lyon III University (France)
François Bougard – Director of the Institut de recherche et d’histoire des textes (Institute for Research and Text History) (France)
Sandra Breux – Associate Professor, Urbanization, Culture, Society, National Institute of Scientific Research (Quebec)
Éric Duchemin – Professor, Environmental Sciences, Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM) (Quebec)
Mélanie Dulong de Rosnay – CNRS Research Fellow, Head of the Center for Internet and Society (CIS - CNRS UPR 2000)
Michael Eberle-Sinatra – Professor, Department of Literature and World Language, University of Montreal (Quebec)
Elena Giglia – Head of the Open Access and Digital Publishing Office at the University of Turin / Delegate of the Scientific Board of OpenEdition Italia (Italy)
Lucas Graeff – Lecturer and Researcher, Sociology, La Salle University (Brazil)
Jean-Claude Guédon – Honorary Professor, Department of Literature and World Language, University of Montreal (Quebec)
Tincuta Heinzel – Lecturer, Aesthetics and Artistic Sciences, University of Loughborough (England)
Isabelle Laboulais – Professor, Modern History, Director of Strasbourg University Press, University of Strasbourg (France)
Thomas Lamarche – Professor, Economics, Paris Diderot University (France)
Éric Monnet – Lecturer and Researcher, Economics, École d’économie de Paris / Centre for Economic Policy Research / Banque de France (France)
Deborah Paci - Lecturer, Contemporary History, Ca’ Foscari University of Venice (Italy)
Anne Page – Professor, British Literature and Civilization, Aix-Marseille University (France)
Antònia Pedroso de Lima – Assistant Professor, Anthropology, ISCTE – University Institute of Lisbon / Delegate of the LusOpenEdition Scientific Board (Portugal)
Sylvain Piron -– Director of Studies, Intellectual History of Medieval Societies, EHESS (France)
Bernard Pochet – Lecturer, Scientific Literature, Manager of research and education support at ULiège Library and Director of the University Press of Liège in Gembloux (Belgium)
Anne Réach-Ngô – Lecturer, Language Sciences, University of Haute-Alsace (France)
Olivier Rey – Inspector General of Administration, National Education and Research (French Ministry of Research)
Alexis Rivier – Lead Curator for Digital Policy, Geneva Library (Switzerland)
Nicolas Sauger – Professor, Political Science, Sciences Po Paris (France)
Marta Severo – Lecturer, Communication and Information Sciences, Paris Nanterre University (France)
Marie-Ève Thérenty – Professor, French Literature, Paul Valéry University Montpellier 3 (France)
Hervé Théry – Emeritus Research Director, Geography, CNRS (France)
Marta Torre-Schaub – Research Director, Law and Climate Change, CNRS (France)
Hypotheses has several Scientific Boards, reflecting the main language areas of the platform.
Calenda also has its own Scientific Board.
The OpenEdition Journals and OpenEdition Books platforms each have a Validation Committee that prepares files for review by the Scientific Board.
A Publishers Consortium has been created around the OpenEdition Books platform. Its role is to provide recommendations as this platform develops. By 2018, it included more than 70 publishers.
A Users’ Committee has been formed as part of the OpenEdition Freemium programme. It is made up of library conservators, librarians and information engineering professionals. The libraries subscribing to the programme have a seat on the committee, which meets at least once a year and has a permanent activity through working groups, whether at a distance or in person: referencing and bibliometrics, internationalization, quality of metadata and bibliographic tools, journals forum, and relationship with libraries, among other roles.