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General introduction to Open Data Policies in Horizon 2020, influence of OD policies on Open Science Workflows

General introduction to Open Data Policies in Horizon 2020, influence of OD policies on Open Science Workflows

  • Tuesday, 24 October 2017
Introduction to Open Data Policies in H2020 with Nancy Pontika (Open University) and Najla Rettberg (University of Goettingen).
Refreshment on Open Access, Open Science and H2020 requirements

Refreshment on Open Access, Open Science and H2020 requirements

How can OpenAIRE help researchers and projects to comply with Open Access mandates?

  • Monday, 23 October 2017
Open Access to publications in H2020 with Eloy Rodrigues (UMinho) and Najla Rettberg (UGOE).
Natural Sciences and Open Science: Workflows and tools for publishing, licensing, versioning, identifiers, archiving, software…

Natural Sciences and Open Science: Workflows and tools for publishing, licensing, versioning, identifiers, archiving, software…

Open Access Week 2017

  • Sunday, 22 October 2017
Open science workflows in natural sciences, tools for publishing, licensing, versioning, identifiers, archiving, software with Jon Tennant and Ivo Grigorov.
Open Peer Review: Models, Attitudes and Next Steps – a webinar from OpenUP and OpenAIRE

Open Peer Review: Models, Attitudes and Next Steps – a webinar from OpenUP and OpenAIRE

  • Thursday, 14 September 2017
New models of open peer review (OPR) are emerging that open up traditional, closed processes, making them more transparent, collaborative and/or network-based. This webinar describes recent work conducted by the OpenAIRE and OpenUP projects to define models of OPR, gauges stakeholder attitudes and lays out a roadmap for future OPR implementation. It focusses on how OPR can potentially strengthen research evaluation, describing how alternative peer review tools and methods could better shape scholarly communication and how they contribute to the strengthening Open Science agenda. Specific issues included in the presentations are the variety of models; barriers/drivers for moving OPR mainstream; attitudes to OPR (what reviewers, authors and editors actually want); how to motivate and credit review work; technical infrastructure and platforms; and the next steps for researching the efficacy of different OPR models. The webinar is of interest to all with an interest in how research evaluation can better meet the aims of Open Science.
OpenAIRE FP7 post-grant Open Access Pilot

OpenAIRE FP7 post-grant Open Access Pilot

OpenAIRE Spring Webinars 2017

  • Wednesday, 31 May 2017
    Monday, 12 June 2017
Overview of the results of the first period of the OpenAIRE FP7 post-grant Open Access Pilot. 
Open Research Data in Horizon 2020

Open Research Data in Horizon 2020

OpenAIRE Spring Webinars 2017

  • Monday, 29 May 2017
Research Data Management requirements in Horizon 2020, Data Management planning and how OpenAIRE can help.
Open Access to Publications in Horizon 2020

Open Access to Publications in Horizon 2020

OpenAIRE Spring Webinars 2017

  • Sunday, 28 May 2017
Open Access mandate in H2020, what is expected of projects with regards to the OA policies in H2020 and how OpenAIRE can help. 
OpenAIRE guidelines for data and literature repositories

OpenAIRE guidelines for data and literature repositories

  • Monday, 27 February 2017
The webinar was organized by Jessica Rex (National Open Access Desk Germany) and held by Jochen Schirrwagen and Friedrich Summann of Bielefeld University Library and was on the topic of 'OpenAIRE guidelines for literature and data repositories'. Additionally there was some information on guidelines for CRIS managers. This webinar is in German. Date: 28 February 2017
FAIR Data in Trustworthy Data Repositories Webinar

FAIR Data in Trustworthy Data Repositories Webinar

(DANS/EUDAT/OpenAIRE Webinar - Dec. 2016

  • Sunday, 11 December 2016
    Monday, 12 December 2016
Everybody wants to play FAIR, but how do we put the principles into practice? In this webinar the FAIR Guiding Principles (Findable, Accessible, Interoperable and Reusable) and the DSA (Data Seal of Approval were discussed and compared and a tangible operationalization was presented. The Webinar was co-organised by DANS, EUDAT &OpenAIRE, on 12 and 13 December, 2016. There is a growing demand for quality criteria for research datasets. In this webinar we will argue that the DSA (Data Seal of Approval for data repositories) and FAIR principles get as close as possible to giving quality criteria for research data. They do not do this by trying to make value judgements about the content of datasets, but rather by qualifying the fitness for data reuse in an impartial and measurable way. By bringing the ideas of the DSA and FAIR together, we will be able to offer an operationalization that can be implemented in any certified Trustworthy Digital Repository. 

In 2014 the FAIR Guiding Principles (Findable, Accessible, Interoperable and Reusable) were formulated. The well-chosen FAIR acronym is highly attractive: it is one of these ideas that almost automatically get stuck in your mind once you have heard it. In a relatively short term, the FAIR data principles have been adopted by many stakeholder groups, including research funders.

The FAIR principles are remarkably similar to the underlying principles of DSA (2005): the data can be found on the Internet, are accessible (clear rights and licenses), in a usable format, reliable and are identified in a unique and persistent way so that they can be referred to. Essentially, the DSA presents quality criteria for digital repositories, whereas the FAIR principles target individual datasets.
Making your OA repository or OA journal OpenAIRE compatible with OA Horizon 2020 requirements

Making your OA repository or OA journal OpenAIRE compatible with OA Horizon 2020 requirements

  • Friday, 25 November 2016

How to make your open access (OA) repository or OA journal OpenAIRE compatible with OA Horizon 2020 requirements - the webinar was a part of FOSTER e-learning course on Repositories and OA journals OpenAIRE compatibility with OA Horizon 2020 requirements. Webinar led by Pedro Principe (University of Minho) and Jochen Schirrwagen, (University of Bielefeld).

Topics:

  • The OpenAIRE infrastructure and content harvesting: how the OpenAIRE infrastructure harvests content & OpenAIRE's Content Acquisition Policy;
  • The OpenAIRE guidelines, compatibility status/levels and OAI sets: the main Guidelines metadata specifications: for Funding info, Access rights and license info, Embargo date information, Referenced Publication, Related publications and datasets;
  • Levels of compatibility based on specific needs and technical context: how to identify levels of compatibility and the needed OAI sets;
  • System configurations, tools and facilities for repository/OA journals platforms: how to include the list of EC projects and the list of licenses, how to filter the results for newly created OAI-DC set, project types, access level;
  • The OpenAIRE validator and registration tool: how to use of the OpenAIRE validator tool to run a compatibility test and to apply for the OpenAIRE registration.
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