OpenAIRE Advance General Assembly 9-11 December 2019

WHEN: 9-11 December 2019

WHERE:  BULAC, Bibliothèque universitaire des langues et civilisations - 65 rue des Grands Moulins, 75013 PARIS (map)

REGISTRATIONhttps://openairega.sciencesconf.org/registration

Agenda (download PDF)

  • Day 1 - December 9

    11.00-12.45 AMKE LE GA (LE members but prospective members and NOADs are welcome as Observers)
    12.45-13.30 Sandwich lunch
    13.30-15.45
    Welcome from Couperin
    Welcome and project activity overview - current status and feedback from EC reviews
    Administrative and financial update - Mike Chatzopoulos
    Work-package updates (8’ each and Q&A)
    • WP1 - Management - Natalia Manola
    • WP2 - Dissemination - Najla Rettberg
    • WP3 - Network Management - Najla Rettberg / Tobias Steiner
    • WP4 - Training / Support - Pedro Principe
    • WP5 - Global - Kathleen Shearer
    • WP6 - Scholarly Commons - Andreas Czerniak
    • WP7 - Participatory Scholarly Comms - Alessia Bardi
    • WP8 - OpenAIRE Products - Natalia Manola
    • WP9 - Operation - Marek Horst
    • WP10 - Optimisation of Services - Claudio Atzori
    15.45-16.15 Coffee break
    16.15-18.15 OpenAIRE AMKE Standing Committees Breakouts sessions (observers welcome) - Prodromos Tsiavos introduction
    18.15 Close
    19.30 Self-paid Social Dinner
  • Day 2 - December 10

    09.00-09.40

    Keynote by Marin Dacos + French corner CCSD-HAL
    Services demos & users feedback session Presentation (Pedro Principe)

    09.45-10.45
    Services demos & users feedback session (in different rooms)

    a) Monitor Dashboard and Connect Gateways;
    b) Content Provider Dashboard
    c) Explore Service and OpenAIRE Graph
    d) RDM services (Argos, Amnesia, Zenodo)
    e) Training - Train the trainers approach - highlight relevant issues

    10:45-11:15 Coffee break
    11.15-12.15
    Services demos & users feedback session (in different rooms)

    a) Monitor Dashboard and Connect Gateways;
    b) Content Provider Dashboard
    c) Explore Service and OpenAIRE Graph
    d) RDM services (Argos, Amnesia, Zenodo)
    e) Training - Train the trainers approach - highlight relevant issues

    12.15-13.00 AMKE: Presentations of OUTCOMES of Standing Committees Presentations (An LE session - Observers welcome)
    13.00-14.00 Lunch
    14.00-15.00
    Wrap-up and next steps for the project.

    Future directions: Technical and coordination, liaison strategy
    LE, Next proposals - EinfraEOSC -03 07

    15.00-16.00 OS Graph / Continuous Publishing - EPOS case
    16.00-16.30 Coffee break
    16.30-18.30

    BarCamp

    The general idea: we all get together and engage in conversations with each other! (credits: Open Science Conference)

    What the Barcamp is: This is an interactive session that specifically emphasises in stimulating discussions between NOADs, the technical and legal team, the Task Forces, even the management of OpenAIRE-Advance. The goal is to move beyond regions or areas of expertise, get to know each other better and identify best practices within the OpenAIRE network that otherwise would be difficult to follow/ know of.

    Subject area: not a typical session - everyone can offer a topic and everything is on the table; think out-of-the box!

    So make the most of this session and suggest as many topics as you want now! [LINK] And we are all about openness and transparency so here is what other people have already offered: [LINK] We would appreciate it if we had your suggestions by Friday 6 December.

    How it works

    1. Suggest a subject that you wish to discuss:

    • Get more information and/ or opinions about, e.g. how to promote gender equality by integrating principles in NOADs activities
    • Learn what others are doing, e.g. how they structure their trainings; what kind of cooperative platforms they are using, etc
    • Exchange ideas and brainstorm about common interests/ work, e.g. how to establish a national Open Science Task Force
    • Get/ Provide feedback on ongoing work

    2. Vote for the sessions that you would most likely want to attend (in Paris - live voting)

    3. The sessions positioned higher on the chart are those that will make it to be discussed at the Barcamp (around 8 sessions).

    • a. Congrats! You have successfully secured a room for your session. (online table will show which sessions are taking place in which rooms)
    • Sorry… not enough people voted for your session, but don’t worry, the dinner is just around the corner!

    4. There will be two time slots of 30 minutes each with 3-4 parallel sessions (i.e. up to 8 sessions but you will only be able to attend two).

    Bonus: no presentations or lectures are involved!

      Self-paid Dinner in Paris
  • Day 3 - December 11

    09.00-10.30
    Breakout discussions

    RDM Task force; User Engagement & services/product management; NGR/Global/WP6

    10.45-12.15
    Breakout discussions

    Policies/Legal task force; Communications; Tech sync

    12:15-13:15 Regional meetings
    13.15-14.00 Lunch and goodbye
    14.00-17.00 Workshop "Monitoring OA publishing costs and revenues of publishing initiatives" - separate to the GA
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