Let’s discuss about FAIRifying OS policies

Text written on behalf of Joy Davidson (FAIRsFAIR, DCC/UK), Vanessa Proudman (FAIRsFAIR, SPARC Europe/NL), Dale Robertson (EOSCsynergy, JISC/UK) and Jos van Wezel (EOSCsecretariat.eu, KIT/DE)

In a 90-minute workshop at the OSFair on 22 September 2021, the projects EOSC-Pillar, EOSC Synergy, ExPaNDS, NI4OS-Europe, FAIRsFAIR and EOSC-Nordic with support of the EOSCsecretariat.eu project, discussed their progress and work on policies related to open science (OS) with the audience. The participating projects have worked together over the last two years in the 'Policy and Governance' Task Force, one of the six task forces established to support the work of the Working Groups of the former EOSC Executive Board.

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CONNECT: Engage with your community

OpenAIRE CONNECT (https://connect.openaire.eu/) is a service that enables research communities to build on-demand, personalised Research Community Gateways to support researcher's needs at sharing, publishing and discovering research according to the Open Science practices.

Research Community Gateways foster transparent evaluation of results and facilitate reproducibility of science for research communities by enabling a scientific communication ecosystem supporting exchange of research products (publications, data, software, methods) and links between them across communities and across content providers.

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GDPR and Training: How to organize GDPR compliant online events

Take-aways from the workshop organised by the OpenAIRE Community of Practice of training coordinators    Blogpost by Rene van Horik, Ellen Leenarts (DANS) and Iryna Kuchma (EIFL) The topic of the workshop concerns issues related to the processing of personal data in relation to a training event. GDPR requirements must be properly addressed and personal data must be protected. Obviously a training event cannot be organised without having information on the background of t...

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OpenAIRE people, services and webinars during the International Open Access Week 2019

In the week of October 21st-27th 2019, OpenAIRE has organized a series of activities to highlight its continuous engagement with Open Access and Open science. Over 700 viewers participated in our Webinar Series, where specialists talked about RDM, H2020 policies, the OpenAPC project, Inclusive Science and a primer for open access journals on how to become Plan S compliant. We much appreciate the special participation and contribution of S.Venkataraman, Thomas Margoni, Emilie Hermans, Christoph B...

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OpenAIRE MONITOR Service: Simplify research tracking & monitoring #OAWeek

Continuing giving some highlights on OpenAIRE Services, during International Open Access Week!OpenAIRE Monitor is a dedicated Service which allow science funders to have a better understanding over a range of strategic information, for their decision making, by providing tools for monitoring, tracking and data mining - all from a single workspace - MONITOR Dashboard - that can be customized according to funder needs!Although Monitor Service provides functionalities for funders, we are working on...

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OpenAIRE EXPLORE: discover and share research #OAWeek

The International Open Access Week 2019 is a great opportunity to share the recent developments released for the OpenAIRE Explore Service. New types of research products with better visibility and easy access (e.g. check out the 112k research software records) and also new links generated between scientific results and projects can be discovered through an information space constantly growing. Recently OpenAIRE technical team have launched new features in the search functionalities, such as ...

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The open science jungle and ways out of it – OpenAIRE event in Helsinki

What kind of jungle is made up of national and international policies, services and infrastructures of open science? Can this jungle be defined, and can you survive it? The OpenAIRE event, Making sense of Open Science jungle – optimizing your use of Open Science services, was looking for answers to the above questions in Paasitorni, Helsinki on 12 March 2019. The event was organised by the Helsinki University Library, which is the national open access desk (NOAD) for OpenAIRE in Finland and the ...

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The Romanian OpenAIRE National Workshop – Implementing Open Access and Open Science in Romania

On the 22nd of October, 2018, rightat the start of the Open Access Week, took place the Romanian OpenAIRE NationalWorkshop – Implementing Open Access and Open Science in Romania. Theevent was organized by UEFISCDI (theExecutive Agency for Higher Education, Research, Development and InnovationFunding), as Romanian OpenAIRE NOAD,and took place in the North of Bucharest, at the National University ofPolitical Science and Public Administration (SNSPA). The Workshopmanaged to gather a broad range ofs...

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Research Data Management related-resources in OpenAIRE

*posted on behalf of Marjan Grootveld, DANS (@MarjanGrootveld)*During Open Access Week 2017, OpenAIRE and FOSTERplus tried out a new format for a webinar on Research Data Management called “Flip the Classroom”. Participants were asked to submit their questions in advance so that they could be addressed during the presentation - more than 20 questions were submitted and 60 people participated in the webinar.Marjan Grootveld from DANS (Data Archiving and Networked Services) introduced OpenAIRE and...

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New FAQs on Data Management Plan

OpenAIRE is pleased to announce a set of new FAQs on Data Management Plan.These FAQs address basic issues like what exactly is a DMP, when its submission is due in an H2020 project, what tools are available to help researchers to create a useful DMP.You can take a look at the new content starting from this FAQ about the Open Research Data Pilot in Horizon2020.Don't forget to read our factsheet specifically about the Open Research Data Pilot in Horizon 2020 and how OpenAIRE can help.The OpenAIRE ...

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New OpenAIRE H2020 Factsheets

OpenAIRE is pleased to announce a new range of factsheets explaining EC H2020 Open Scholarship policies and how OpenAIRE can help. Two factsheets give general advice for specific stakeholders:The OpenAIRE Factsheet for Researchers includes advice on adhering to the EC Horizon 2020 Open Access mandate and Open Research Data Pilot, including where, when and how to deposit publications and data.The OpenAIRE Factsheet for Research Administrators includes similar information for those coordinating re...

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