Join OpenAIRE and FOSTER for a series of webinars and tutorials for the Open Access Week.

Once again following our yearly tradition, OpenAIRE joins forces with FOSTER to host a new series of webinars and tutorials during Open Access Week 2018 (October 22 - 26).

This year, we’re going for an interactive, mixed approach. You’ll have the chance to subscribe to dedicated ‘tracks’, each of which involves reviewing 1 or 2 short online tutorials along with some supporting information. We’ll even throw in an old-fashioned webinar here and there! You can subscribe to one (or all!) of these tracks and we’ll provide you with all relevant information you need the week starting October 15. You can browse the tutorials and learning materials at your own pace, and then bring any questions you might have to dedicated Q&A sessions during Open Access Week. We'll have a range of Open Science experts on hand to help answer your questions.

All tutorials and webinars will be accessible without subscribing. However, if you would like to submit any questions beforehand, receive reminders or want to be kept in the loop afterwards, you’ll need to register (there is only one form, in this you can register for all tracks and webinars you want to attend). 

Tracks

Track 1: Open Access, Open Data, Open Science: what you need to know and what are the policies in Horizon 2020?
Track 2: Everything you need to know about FAIR data, data repositories, text and data mining and research data management.
  • WATCH the following tutorials
  • BROWSE the following support materials:
  • ATTEND the following Q&A sessions: 
    • 'Research Data Management and Data Management Plans'  with Sarah Jones on Tuesday October 23th at 3 PM CEST (join)
    • 'TDM and Machine Readability of Open Access research' with Nancy Pontika on Wednesday October 24th at 11 AM CEST (join)
    • 'FAIR data and trusted repositories' with Marjan Grootveld on Wednesday October 24th at 1 PM CEST (join
  • ASK your question for the Q&A beforehand:  Please register to receive the link for submitting your questions.
Track 3: Legal and ethical considerations for sharing research data
Track 4: Open Science Policies: what you need to know, how to advise on good policy making, and information/trends on policies in Europe
Track 5: OpenAIRE and FOSTER project: services and activities

Stand-alone live webinars

  • Ask us anything: FOSTER
    • JOIN the meeting on October 26th at 3PM CEST (join
    • ASK your questions: Please register here.
  • Ask us anything: OpenAIRE
    • JOIN the meeting on October 24th at 2 PM CEST (join)
    • ASK your questions: Please register here.
  • Guest webinar: OpenMinted: services for content providers, researchers and TDM software developers
    • JOIN the meeting on October 25th at 2 PM CEST (join)
And more to come!

Practical

Register here : registration is not mandatory, but if you want to receive reminders, and a link to submit questions for the Q&A sessions, it is advised to do so. 

You can consult the full list of sessions here  or download it as ical - this calendar will always be up to date. 

Date and time (CEST)PresenterTopic
22/10 - 11.00 Angelica Vos (ARC) Q&A OpenAIRE for Funders 
22/10 - 15.00 Emilie Hermans (UGent) Q&A Open Access and Open Data in H2020
23/10 - 11.00 Pedro Principe (UMinho) Make you content count - OpenAIRE Content providers Dashboard: service for repository managers
23/10 - 14.00 Alessia Bardi (CNR) "Open Science as-a-Service - the OpenAIRE Dashboard for Research Communities": live demo
23/10 - 15.00

Sarah Jones (DCC)

Q&A : Research Data Management and Data Management Plans 
24/10 - 11.00 Nancy Pontika (CORE) Q&A : TDM and Machine Readability of Open Access research
24/10 - 13.00 Marjan Grootveld (DANS)  Q&A: FAIR data and trusted repositories 
24/10 - 15.00 OpenAIRE OpenAIRE Ask us Anything session
25/10 - 11.00 Marina Angelaki (EKT) Update on trends in open science policy making 
25/10 - 14.00 OpenMinTeD Guest webinar: OpenMinted (services for content providers, researchers and TDM software developers)
26/10 - 11.00

Irena Vipavc Brvar (CESSDA) & Jonas Recker (GESIS)

Legal and ethical aspects of sharing data
26/10 - 14.00 FOSTER FOSTER Ask us Anything session 
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