This is an informative and educative webinar, where we will present OpenAIRE's UsageCounts, the OpenAIRE service that contributes towards impact evaluation of usage activity in Open Access Content Providers.
UsageCounts gathers raw usage activity and consolidated usage statistics reports respectively, for OpenAIRE Research Graph products and from the network of OpenAIRE content providers (repositories, e-journals, CRIS, national aggregators, etc.). It builds and deploys usage statistics across the above distributed network and provides significant added value for different stakeholders.
Webinar Learning Outcomes (agenda):
This webinar was about the Open Science policies for Open Access to scientific publications and Research Data Management and Sharing in Horizon Europe (HE), followed by a preview of the main tools and services from OpenAIRE to help project coordinators and research support staff on the requirements' compliance.
Target audience: project coordinators, researchers, research managers, librarians and data stewards.
WHEN: 14 June 2022
TIME: 11h00-12h30 CEST
This OpenAIRE public webinar aimed to present the Episciences platform and associated services as well the use case of JTCAM overlay journal. It was also an opportunity to present the Action Plan for Diamond Open Access.
Episciences is a complete platform for editing and publishing scientific overlay journals covering all disciplines. An overlay journal is a scientific journal, with a unique editorial line and publication project, which relies on a diamond Open Access evaluation and publication platform.
An Episciences overlay journal has a complete publishing system on its own site which allows it to manage both the editorial workflow and the publication of articles. Know more about Episciences here.
WHEN: 29 March, 2022
TIME: 15h - 16h30 CEST
OpenAIRE in Greece and Cyprus continue to inform the research and academic community on important aspects related to Open Science, this time through a series of webinars run in collaboration with the NI4OS-Europe project.
March is dedicated to the presentation of the tools developed in the framework of NI4OS-Europe for various groups and individuals interested in Open Science policy implementation and optimal Research Data Management. The purpose is for Universities, Research Infrastructures and Research Services to prepare for the application of Open Science and for its implementation through the European Cloud of Open Science - EOSC. Similarly, researchers will be supported in Optimal Research Data Management, with an emphasis on legal issues pertaining to various types of copyright in data, multimedia, software and derivative content.
The lack of legal background on re-use and the high cost of license clearance are two common issues that researchers are concerned about regarding the content they produce and especially the creation of derivative results (eg data and multimedia). The "License Clearance Tool" (LCT) developed by ATHENA Research Center in the framework of the NI4OS-Europe project (National Initiatives for Open Science in Europe) supports researchers to meet these needs. LCT aims to facilitate and automate copyright clearing processes involving data, media, software and derivative content.
This webinar presented the OpenAPC, an OpenAIRE-Nexus service that collects information from organizations like universities and provides them detailed information on the publishing costs of an article or book (APC and BPC).
WHEN: 6 October, 2021
TIME: 11h - 12h CEST
This webinar will present the OpenAIRE CONNECT service for research communities and how it supports community building, strengthening and empowering. With OpenAIRE CONNECT, communities get a configurable gateway that supports the implementation and tracking of the uptake of Open Science principles.
The experience of the H2020 project “Enermaps” will be presented to showcase how the gateway is helping to address the challenges of Open Science in the domain of Energy Research.
WHEN: 7 July, 2021
TIME: 15h - 16h CEST
|15:00 - 15:05||Welcome|
|15:05 - 15:25||
Presentation of OpenAIRE CONNECT service
Alessia Bardi (ISTI-CNR)
|15:25 - 15:45||
Use case: The Energy Research community gateway (ENERMAPS)
Diane von Gunten (CREM)
|15:45 - 16:00||Q&A|
‘Athena’ Research Center, as part of the activities of the OpenAIRE NOAD in Greece, launches yet another round of informative and educational online seminars, in support of research activities relevant to the coronavirus disease. The seminars will inform about new developments, promote know-how and familiarize the scientific community with the use of certain services. This seminar will run in collaboration with the OpenAIRE NOAD in Cyprus.
“Amnesia: anonymization of data with guarantees”
Date: Wednesday 30 June 2021
Time: 11.00 a.m - 12.30 p.m (EEST)
Public: Researchers, Academic Staff, Research Infrastructures and Research Services, Librarians
The seminar concentrates on the processing of sensitive and personal data to show anonymization techniques and guarantees that are offered via the Amnesia tool. Amnesia is an open source software that applies k- and km- anonymity techniques in order to achieve guaranteed irreversible anonymization of personal data. The techniques of anonymization that it offers convert the personal data into statistics with the least possible loss of information, allowing their processing without the restrictions of the General Regulation on Personal Data Protection.
During the seminar, participants will learn about the legal framework governing sensitive and personal data, as well as about alternatives that they can follow to achieve maximum compliance with Open Science conditions. There will be a presentation of the tool and then participants will have the opportunity to practice using Amnesia with their own data!
For any questions you may have, please don’t hesitate to contact us!
Learn more about Open Science Communities in the Netherlands
On March 12 at 14:00 CET, Loek Brinkman, Assistant Professor at the University Medical Center Utrecht, will talk about Open Science Communities in the Netherlands. The first one, the Open Science Community Utrecht, was founded in 2018, and has now over 300 members, from all faculties and all career stages. The Open Science Community has three aims:
There are now ten Open Science Communities in the Netherlands, one in Ireland and one in Sweden. And an Open Science Community Starter Kit is available to help institutions to set up a local Open Science Community.
Please read the Starter Kit before joining this webinar and Loek will answer any questions you might have after his presentation.
For the third consecutive year, the National Open Access Desks for Greece and Cyprus continue their joint efforts to inform and update the research and academic communities in their countries about important Open Science aspects.
This webinar presented the pan-European electronic infrastructure for Open Science - OpenAIRE and the European Open Science Cloud - EOSC. The webinar was supported also by the NI4OS-Europe project.
Lately, there is a rapid change in the field of Research and Innovation (R&I) in Europe. The adoption of the Open Science model by the European Commission has channelled open standards into national research settings. Complementary to new policies that are created, EOSC is being developed aiming to become the European research web which incorporates good practices and interconnects with national R&I ecosystems by design. Research infrastructures are called to support data-driven research and adapt to the new reality that adds value to their services.
The presentation informed about OpenAIRE, its continuous activity in the European Research Area for more than 10 years now and its evolution into a legal entity based in Greece. It also helped to provide a better understanding of EOSC and its operation, and communicated how OpenAIRE and NI4OS-Europe assist its implementation. In addition, it highlighted the changes brought by EOSC in various R&I areas and explained how everyday activities of researchers will be performed as well as what measures are underway to fully support the research process in all its dimensions.
Athena Research Center (ARC), in the context of the new series of informative and educational workshops on COVID-19 research organised as part of the OpenAIRE National Open Access Desk and ELIXIR-Greece activities, invites you to an educational webinar on Galaxy - an infrastructure for biological data analysis.
“Galaxy: an open infrastructure for biological data analysis”
When: Thursday 3 December 2020
Time: 12.30 - 14.30 p.m EET
Language of presentations: Greek
Target audience: Researchers, Health Professionals, Academic Staff, Librarians, Students
The webinar is held in collaboration with the Biomedical Sciences Research Center “Alexander Fleming” and the Institute of Applied Biosciences of the Centre for Research and Technology Hellas. The purpose of the webinar is twofold: on the one hand to inform about best practices and tools developed for the scientific field of Biomedicine and Open Science, on the other hand to focus on implementation of best practices on data analysis through the Galaxy service while familiarising researchers with its functionalities and use. During the webinar, scientists and researchers will be able to understand the service’s basic functions as well as how they can use it in their research, focusing on COVID-19 activities. Furthermore, interactions with speakers are encouraged in the discussion session through posing questions and communicating use case scenarios that will strengthen compliance with global practices and will enhance the service’s utilization / exploitation by the Greek research community.
12.30 - 12.40
Elli Papadopoulou, Athena Research Center & OpenAIRE NOAD
12.40 - 13.00
Introduction to ELIXIR-GR and Galaxy
Alexandros Dimopoulos, Research Associate, Biomedical Sciences Research Center “Alexander Fleming”
13.00 - 13.20
Presentation and demonstration of EG-CI
Thanasis Vergoulis, Research Associate, Athena Research Center
13.20 - 13.40
Demo of the Galaxy service
Fotis Psomopoulos, Researcher C’, Institute of Applied Biosciences / Centre for Research and Technology Hellas
13.40 - 14.00
Discussion and Wrap-Up
If you would like to attend the webinar “Galaxy: an open infrastructure for biological data analysis”, please subscribe here.
The link to connect to the online platform will be sent to registered participants one day before the webinar.
The webinar will be recorded and all related material (slides, recordings, Q&As) will be shared with everyone afterwards.
For any questions you may have, please don’t hesitate to contact us!
Un ciclo di 4 webinar per conoscere i principi della scienza aperta e approfondire aspetti e strumenti specifici per le Scienze della Terra e dell’ambiente.
L’attuale sistema delle riviste ad abbonamento con cui i ricercatori si scambiano informazioni e conoscenze limita e impoverisce il meccanismo di verifica e controllo dei risultati ottenuti da parte dei “pari” e di tutta la comunità scientifica, nonché la fertilizzazione di nuove idee. Inoltre in questo sistema si trascura di dare accesso a una parte fondamentale per il sostegno di quanto si riporta negli articoli pubblicati: i dati.
L’Open Science è un modo di fare ricerca improntato alla trasparenza e alla collaborazione che ha l’obiettivo di eliminare le barriere di accesso e facilitare la diffusione della conoscenza. In concreto, nel quotidiano del lavoro scientifico, applicare i principi della scienza aperta può comportare l’esigenza di dotarsi di metodi e strumenti adatti che spesso sono specifici per discipline e aree di ricerca.
Questo corso intende fornire le conoscenze di base per applicare i principi dell’Open Science e dell’Open Access alle scienze della Terra e dell’ambiente. Rivolto a docenti, ricercatori, tecnici, studenti di dottorato, assegnisti di ricerca che lavorano in questo settore, il ciclo di webinar prevede quattro lezioni di due ore e mezza ciascuna, di cui mezz’ora riservata alle domande e alla discussione. Attraverso specifici software si cercherà di favorire l’interazione e lo scambio con i partecipanti, i quali alla fine di ciascun modulo e dopo aver completato un breve questionario sugli argomenti trattati, potranno avere un attestato di partecipazione.
Obbiettivi di apprendimento. Alla fine del corso i partecipanti:
24 novembre, 14.00-16.30. Introduzione e motivazioni: Open Science e accesso ai dati scientifici.
26 novembre, 14.00-16.30. Approcci federati all’integrazione di dati scientifici multidisciplinari e servizi per l’accesso e l’utilizzo: l’esperienza dell’infrastruttura di ricerca EPOS.
1 dicembre, 14.00-16.30. Gestione dei dati della ricerca: dati Open, FAIR e DMP.
3 dicembre, 14.00-16.30. Dimostrazione pratica con strumenti e servizi per l’Open Science.
Daniele Bailo, INGV
Massimo Cocco, INGV
Emma Lazzeri, CNR/ISTI
Mario Locati, INGV
Alessandro Sarretta, CNR/IRPI
Comitato tecnico scientifico:
Maria Silvia Giamberini, CNR/IGG
Gina Pavone, CNR/ISTI
“COVID-19: best practices, tools and contact points in Greece”
Athena Research Center (ARC), in the context of activities undertaken between OpenAIRE National Open Access Desk, RDA National Node and ELIXIR-GR, organises a new series of informative and educational webinars around COVID-19 research. The digital events are taking place in collaboration with the following scientific institutions: National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, National Center for Research & Technology Hellas, Hellenic Pasteur Institute, Biomedical Sciences Research Center “Alexander Fleming”, Biomedical Research Foundation of the Academy of Athens, Foundation for Research and Technology Hellas, Hellenic Academic Libraries Link, and the research infrastructure Inspired-RIs.
Τhe new series of digital events follows the first webinar held in April that aimed at collecting and promoting all efforts and knowledge around managing the virus crisis to the Greek scientific and academic community. This time, the purpose focuses, also, on knowledge exchange based on Open Science practices and on training in research data management and software development. Indicative subject areas to be covered are:
The first two informative events will be carried out on Thursday 5 November and Friday 6 November at 12.00 - 14.00 p.m EET. During these webinars, the above mentioned institutions and research infrastructures will present the latest developments regarding their activities.
A joint COAR/EIFL/OpenAIRE panel session
23rd at 12:00 - 13:30 CEST.
This panel addressed equity and inclusion in recent open science policy developments in Asia and Europe.
|Moderator:||Iryna Kuchma (EIFL)|
Open Access Week 2020 programme:
Athena Research Center (ARC) together with Hellenic Academic Libraries Link (HEAL-link) participate in Open Access Week 2020 in the context of activities for OpenAIRE in Greece. The topic of presentations and discussions to take place is research data management. The event is open to all researchers and to members of research organisations in Greece, both in the public and private sector.
Title: “Research data: accessible infrastructures and innovative tools in Greece”
When: Friday, 23 October 2020
Time: 13:00 p.m - 14:30 p.m
The theme of the International Open Access Week 2020, 19-25 October, is “Open with Purpose: Taking Action to Build Structural Equity and Inclusion.” The goal is to raise awareness regarding diversity, equity and inclusion of all research communities and forms of knowledge. By reshaping research and creating systems for sharing knowledge we come across with an opportunity for a more equitable, diverse and open framework for all research communities. In particular, Greece is facing important structural changes that will allow open redistribution of research data and will facilitate implementation of Open Science practices.
ARC and HEAL-link concentrated this year’s presentations on issues around research data management and personal data. The presentations will focus on national research data repositories, highlighting their contribution to paneuropean cloud infrastructures and their role in an Open Science environment. Finallt, to limit discouragement in following open practices when dealing with sensitive and personal data, the Amnesia tool for data anonymization will be explained.
Platform interoperability and open access transformation
What does it mean to be a part of the scholarly commons? According to FORCE11, the scholarly commons is an agreement among researchers and other stakeholders in scholarly communication to make research open and participatory for anyone, anywhere. It is not another sharing platform, but a set of principles, concrete guidance to practice, and actions towards inclusivity of diverse perspectives from around the globe.