Open research data and data management for Horizon 2020 projects

This OpenAIREWebinar provides an introduction to Research Data Management and is aimad at researcher involved in the EC's Open Research Data Pilot. Managing research data is becoming increasingly important. How can you manage your data and how can you benefit from managing your data effectively? In this webinar te basic concepts of research data management (RDM) are presented as well as tools to help writing a Data Management Plan (DMP).

Research Data Management: An introductory Webinar from OpenAIRE and EUDAT (May 2016)

OpenAIRE/EUDAT introductory Webinar on Research Data Management: Aims to introduce researchers and others to the concept of research data management (RDM). As well as presenting the benefits of taking an active approach to research data management – including increased speed and ease of access, efficiency (fund once, reuse many times), and improved quality and transparency of research – the webinar advises on strategies for successful RDM, resources to help manage data effectively, choosing where to store and deposit data, the EC H2020 Open Data Pilot and the basics of data management, stewardship and archiving.

Workshop: “Sharing Research Data and Open Access to publications in H2020”

2 GhentWorkshopWhat you need to know about the EU’s Open Data and Open Access policies

 

Curious about the novelties in Horizon 2020 with regards to Open Access? Did you know that all H2020 projects are obliged to make their publications Open Access and that there is an Open Research Data Pilot?  To shed some light on how to comply with the Open Access mandate and the Open Data Pilot, you are invited to our workshop on November 18th in Ghent, Belgium.
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