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Open Access Week: Towards a scholarly commons

Open Access Week: Towards a scholarly commons

Platform interoperability and open access transformation

  • Thursday, 22 October 2020

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 anyoneanywhere. It is not another sharing platform, but a set of principlesconcrete guidance to practice, and actions towards inclusivity of diverse perspectives from around the globe.

In this webinar, we investigate OpenAIRE's role in achieving this scholarly commons, through our work concerning the OpenAIRE Guidelines on metadata interoperability, as well as publication models and services for the Open Access Transformation.
OpenAIRE Week! A user journey in OpenAIRE provide services and interoperability guidelines implementation

OpenAIRE Week! A user journey in OpenAIRE provide services and interoperability guidelines implementation

  • Wednesday, 14 October 2020

A user journey in OpenAIRE provide services and interoperability guidelines implementation

This third day of the OpenAIRE week event purposes to provide the setting for OpenAIRE in European and global stage of Content Providers. This session aims to engage with the OpenAIRE content providers community, showcasing the services and tools available through the provide dashboard and the recent developments from the research graph and sharing use cases from the users community. The OpenAIRE guidelines updates and implementation will be discussed and examples of national and institutional level activities will be presented through same repositories and CRIS use-cases.

 14:00 CEST

The power of the OpenAIRE Research Graph: the largest collection of Open Access research products world-wide

  • OpenAIRE Research Graph and the broker service, Claudio Atzori, CNR-ISTI
  • LA Referencia aggregator OpenAIRE service integration, Lautaro Matas, LAReferencia
  • Q&A
14:40 CEST

OpenAIRE Provide dashboard overview and community use-cases: one-stop-service for content providers

  • Provide dashboard services, Pedro Principe, University of Minho (Provide product manager)
  • Usage Counts, Dimitris Pierrakos, ATHENA RC (OpenAIRE Usage Counts manager)
  • Q&A
15:20 CEST

OpenAIRE interoperability guidelines: updates and use-cases

  • OpenAIRE guidelines, Andreas Czerniak, Bielefeld University
  • Use case 1: Canadian national aggregator supports Literature v4, Gabriela Mircea, McMaster University Library, CA
  • Use case 2: Making Research Information visible in EOSC via OpenAIRE, Jan Dvořák, Charles University, CZ
  • Q&A

Open Science e COVID-19. Collaborare per contrastare la pandemia

Una serie di webinar e tutorial sulla condivisione dei dati su COVID-19

  • Tuesday, 21 July 2020

L’emergenza sanitaria da Covid-19 ha reso evidente la necessità di collaborare a livello globale. Per trovare soluzioni rapide ed efficaci alla pandemia è doveroso condividere nel modo più aperto possibile dati, pubblicazioni, software e altre tipologie di risultati scientifici. Se ne parlerà in una serie di webinar e tutorial organizzati dai nodi italiani di OpenAIRE, ELIXIR, RDA e EOSC Pillar.

I webinar hanno l'obiettivo di sensibilizzare la comunità scientifica sull’importanza della condivisione dei dati per monitorare l’evoluzione della pandemia Covid-19 e, soprattutto, per la ricerca di una cura efficace. Saranno messe in evidenza disomogeneità e incongruenze nella raccolta dei dati molecolari, epidemiologici e clinici, per poi illustrare strumenti e buone pratiche dell’Open Science e dell’Open Access. 

I tutorial saranno eventi formativi in cui si mostreranno soluzioni specifiche per condividere diversi tipi di dati omici e altri prodotti della ricerca, quali software di analisi e protocolli.

È necessario registrarsi per partecipare e per anticipare eventuali domande ai relatori. Il link per la registrazione si trova di seguito, sotto ciascun incontro.

Webinar: Covid-19 e condivisione del dati: perché in Italia si fa troppo poco?

Martedì 21 Luglio 2020, ore 17:00 (CEST) | 2 ore

Destinatari: Ricercatori, clinici, tecnici, componenti del nodo italiano di RDA, coinvolti nella raccolta, la produzione, l’analisi dei risultati della ricerca di Covid-19 (dati, pubblicazioni, software, ecc…). 

Si tratterà dell'urgenza di aderire a un modello di scienza aperto e collaborativo e degli aspetti specifici dell’Open Science per le ricerche su Covid-19. Inoltre verranno illustrate le principali iniziative europee per la condivisione di dati e risultati di ricerca all'interno della comunità scientifica.

Programma:

Link per iscriversi: https://forms.gle/tiiP1oj7ewwMRZBo9 

Webinar: Covid-19 e condivisione dei dati. Il problema dei dati epidemiologici

Previsto per Settembre 2020

Come aggiornare il dato dei nuovi contagi da Covid-19 se le regioni non seguono protocolli uniformi nella somministrazione dei test diagnostici? Siamo di fronte all’assenza di un sistema di monitoraggio univoco tra le regioni. Il webinar vuole essere occasione di confronto e discussione, a partire da alcune delle incongruenze emerse nelle raccolta e gestione dei dati epidemiologici.

Relatori e programma: da definire.

Webinar: Covid-19 e condivisione dei dati. Risorse e strumenti per i dati clinici.

Data da definire

Come sarebbe opportuno procedere per standardizzare la raccolta e la gestione dei dati clinici sull’epidemia da Covid-19, in modo da rendere più efficace il monitoraggio e dunque le politiche sanitarie pubbliche? In questo webinar si mostreranno alcune incongruenze nella raccolta dei dati clinici e si mostreranno i protocolli e le linee guida proposte  dall’Organizzazione mondiale della sanità, dal COVID19 data portal della Commissione europea e le raccomandazioni della Research Data Alliance.

Relatori e programma: da definire.

Tutorial: Covid-19 e condivisione dei dati. Come gestire i dati omici - prima e seconda parte

Date da definire

Due tutorial saranno dedicati ai diversi tipi di dati “omici” rilevanti per lo studio e l’analisi di SARS-CoV-2 (e.g.: virus/host genomics, transcriptomics, proteomics, structural data) e per ciascuno di essi saranno mostrati:

  • i vantaggi della condivisione dei dati
  • raccomandazioni/linee-guida/procedure per il processamento e la condivisione dei dati in archivi pubblici
  • come rendere i dati FAIR (Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, and Reusable)
  • sfide e aspetti da tenere in considerazione

Relatori e programma: da definire.

Tutorial: Covid-19 e condivisione del software. Protocolli e altri strumenti per l’analisi di dati.

Data da definire

La ricerca scientifica è spesso possibile grazie ai vari software di analisi dei dati. Questi, tuttavia, non sempre sono sviluppati, manutenuti e condivisi in modo da assicurare qualità e riproducibilità. In questo tutorial saranno esposti in modo pratico e concreto best practices e linee guida per applicare i principi dell’Open Science ai vari strumenti per l’analisi dei dati. 

Relatori e programma: da definire.

 

Comitato Organizzatore:

Francesca De Leo CNR-IBIOM

Emma Lazzeri CNR-ISTI

Loredana Le Pera CNR-IBIOM (e CNR-IBPM)

Gina Pavone CNR-ISTI

Allegra Via CNR-IBPM

OpenAIRE virtual coffee break

OpenAIRE virtual coffee break

Involved in open science training and looking for ways to optimize your online training delivery?

  • Monday, 29 June 2020

A virtual coffee break on Zoom - no presentations, just an informal experience sharing discussion, like you would have at your coffee break. Notes

Interoperability in EOSC: OpenAIRE Guidelines for repositories

  • Thursday, 11 June 2020

Athena Research Center and University of Cyprus Library, in the context of joint activities performed for OpenAIRE and NI4OS-Europe, organize a webinar to inform about repositories’ interoperability within the EOSC ecosystem. The webinar is part of the regular series of the Greek and Cypriot NOADs that aim to spread awareness to and facilitate adoption of important and relevant Open Science principles by their academic and research communities. 

This month the focus is on best practices for institutional and thematic repositories and on compliance with standards and protocols that enable effective and lossless information exchange between heterogeneous systems.


When? Thursday, 11 June 2020

Time: 11.00 am - 12.00 pm EEST


Language of presentation: Greek

Target audience: Repository managers


We are pleased to announce that guest speakers of this webinar are Antonis Lempesis and Stefania Martziou, Research Associates at Athena Research Center and members of the OpenAIRE technical team. 


Accessing scientific results which are available on digital infrastructures, such as repositories, is an important Open Science practice. Adoption of policies and standards as well as training for using repositories enhance, among other things, accessibility, findability and reusability of scientific outputs. Lately, there is a growing need for research data and services/ infrastructures which produce, share and preserve this data to follow the FAIR principles. However, data heterogeneity could have a negative effect on interoperability of systems. A solution to this challenge is provided by OpenAIRE for over ten years now, through specialised services which are also supported by NI4OS-Europe and EOSC. 


Repository managers will have the opportunity to be informed and explore:

  • the OpenAIRE Guidelines for enhancing interoperability
  • the Validator service for assessing repositories’ interoperability
  • the Repository Dashboard: a web service for content providers
 
 
 
Plan S: Taking stock of the current situation and new developments

Plan S: Taking stock of the current situation and new developments

  • Wednesday, 27 May 2020

This OpenAIRE Policy and Legal Task Force webinar focuses on recent developments around Plan S. Johan Rooryck, cOAlition S Open Access Champion, talks about cOAlition S and what Research funding organizations in cOAlition S want; research visibility; Plan S: strong principles; implementation guidance: key challenges, routes to compliance, transformative arrangements; implementation: developing a Journal Checker Tool; working with key stakeholders: researchers, early career researchers, publishers, universities; and other activities: transparent pricing and Fair Open Access Alliance (FOAA), non-APC funding models and cOAlition S office. Niamh Brennan, Trinity College Dublin and OpenAIRE NOAD in Ireland, talks about Ireland’s experience with its National Open Science Strategy and Plan S: the scholarly publishing landscape in Ireland, Ireland’s Open Access Repository Network and National Open Access Research Portal http://rian.ie, HRB Open Research, National Open Research Forum, mapping national OA Policy to Plan S (1st iteration), National Framework on the Transition to an Open Research Environment – ‘Plan S-friendly’ – but its primary concern is to be more ‘Irish research-friendly, ‘AmeliCA-friendly’ – in terms of its emphasis on academy-based infrastructures and on  alternatives to fee-based publishing and supportive of scholarly communication initiatives in the Global South, stressing equity, bibliodiversity and revisiting the issues of copyright and licences, immediate Open Access & Choice of Open Access Route calling to end publisher embargoes on researchers self-archiving their AAMs, and diamond publishing. The webinar recording also includes questions and discussion.

OpenAIRE PROVIDE Dashboard for Turkish repository managers

OpenAIRE PROVIDE Dashboard for Turkish repository managers

  • Wednesday, 20 May 2020
This webinar highlights the functionalities of the PROVIDE Dashboard, new developments and features.
bilingual webinar (English and Turkish)

OpenAIRE Guidelines V4: OpenAIRE content providers managers Community Call

OpenAIRE infrastructure updates, Guidelines V4: specifications, implementation roadmap and use case

  • Tuesday, 05 November 2019
OpenAIRE infrastructure updates include the following:
  • Provide Public Roadmap: https://trello.com/b/JHbHKLZ4/openaire-provide-roadmap;
  • Guidelines V4 rules have been integrated in the validator tool - check them out in the validator tool available in provide dashboard https://provide.openaire.eu; and
  • Provide Dashboard User interface improvements: in collection monitor the indexed version of the repository content is now explicitly presented; and there is My datasource in a glance - a new box on the homepage to present the main figures.  
OpenAIRE Guidelines V4: specifications, novelties, implementation roadmap and use cases from RCAAP (Portugal), LAReferencia (Latin America) and University of Huelva repository (Spain).

Open Market Consultation

OpenAIRE Open Innovation Call

  • Tuesday, 05 November 2019

In the framework of the OpenAIRE Open Innovation call, the start of the procurement phase was preceded by an open market consultation.

This process represents a specific phase during the overall Open Call preparation, aiming at actively approach the market to find out about the state of the art and current development in the related sector.

The market consultation phase is the initial core activity where the first dialogue between demand and supply-side takes place.

Hellenic Data Service: Navigating through the national data repository and good practices for analysing data

Hellenic Data Service: Navigating through the national data repository and good practices for analysing data

  • Thursday, 24 October 2019

[GR]
Το Ερευνητικό Κέντρο «Αθηνά» λαμβάνει φέτος μέρος στην Εβδομάδα Ανοικτής Πρόσβασης και σας προσκαλεί, σε συνεργασία με τον Σύνδεσμο Ελληνικών Ακαδημαϊκών Βιβλιοθηκών, σε webinar που αφορά στη γνωριμία με την Εθνική Υπηρεσία Δεδομένων “HELIX”. Το διαδικτυακό σεμινάριο διοργανώνεται στο πλαίσιο εκπαιδευτικών και ενημερωτικών δράσεων του Εθνικού Κόμβου του OpenAIRE για την Ανοικτή Πρόσβαση στην Ελλάδα και του Εθνικού Κόμβου της Πρωτοβουλίας για τα Ερευνητικά Δεδομένα (RDA Greek Node) που σκοπό έχουν την ενημέρωση της ερευνητικής, βιβλιοθηκονομικής και ακαδημαϊκής κοινότητας για εθνικές υπηρεσίες που υποστηρίζουν δραστηριότητες Ανοικτής Επιστήμης.

OpenAIRE & RDA Webinar: “Ελληνική Υπηρεσία Δεδομένων: Πλοήγηση στο αποθετήριο δεδομένων και καλές πρακτικές για ανάλυση δεδομένων”

Πότε; Πέμπτη 24 Οκτωβρίου 2019
Ώρα; 11:00 πμ -12:00 το μεσημέρι

Θέμα της φετινής εβδομάδας Ανοικτής Πρόσβασης αποτελεί η ισότητα στην πληροφόρηση και στη γνώση, με μότο “Open for Whom? Equity in Open Knowledge”. Σε αυτό το πνεύμα, θα παρουσιαστεί από τον Γεώργιο Χατζηγεωργακίδη, συνεργάτης του Ερευνητικού Κέντρου “Αθηνά”, η Ελληνική Υπηρεσία Δεδομένων “HELIX”, η οποία έχει αναπτυχθεί με βάση τις αρχές της Ανοικτής Επιστήμης και προωθεί την ελεύθερη, χωρίς κόστος, χρήση των επιμέρους εργαλείων, υπηρεσιών και πληροφοριών/ δεδομένων που αναπτύσσει και διατηρεί σε ερευνητές, εκπαιδευτικούς και λοιπούς ενδιαφερόμενους ανά τη χώρα. 

Το webinar εκτυλίσσεται σε δύο μέρη: α. παρουσίαση του τρόπου λειτουργίας και αλληλεπίδραση με τον κατάλογο δεδομένων (HELIX Data) και, β. παρουσίαση καλών πρακτικών ανάλυσης δεδομένων μέσα από τη χρήση του ψηφιακού εργαστηρίου (HELIX Lab) της πλατφόρμας HELIX. Πιο συγκεκριμένα, θα παρουσιαστεί ο τρόπος δημιουργίας, μεταφόρτωσης (upload), δημοσίευσης και αναζήτησης ανοικτών συνόλων δεδομένων στον κατάλογο, καθώς και παραδείγματα ανάλυσης υπαρχόντων συνόλων δεδομένων με τη χρήση των σημειωματαρίων (notebooks) στο ψηφιακό εργαστήριο.

[EN] 
This year’s Open Access Week motto is “Open for Whom? Equity in Open Knowledge”, thus placing the principle of equity in knowledge sharing and information access at the epicentre. Following this spirit, Georgios Chatzigeorgakidis, research associate at Athena Research Center, will be talking about the Hellenic Data Service “HELIX”, a national service which has been developed according to Open Science principles. 

The webinar unfolds in two parts: a. introduction to HELIX functionalities and available ways of interacting with the HELIX Data and, b. presentation of good practices for analysing data using the lab service (HELIX Lab). More specifically, the processes of creating, uploading, publishing and searching for open datasets in the HELIX Data will be explained as well as examples of analysing existing datasets using HELIX Lab Jupyter notebooks will be described. 

OpenAIRE Services for Repository Managers

OpenAIRE Services for Repository Managers

  • Tuesday, 16 April 2019
OpenAIRE webinar for Portuguese repository managers highlighting the changes in the content acquisition policy (CAP), novelties in the guidelines and the provide dashboard.

36 participants that are already (almost all) real users of the OpenAIRE Dashboard for content providers and will implement soon the new CAP and guidelines V4.

Webinar in Portuguese
OpenAIRE internal webinar for NOADs and consortium partners: Literature Repositories Guidelines

OpenAIRE internal webinar for NOADs and consortium partners: Literature Repositories Guidelines

  • Friday, 05 April 2019

During this internal OpenAIRE webinar, aimed at NOADs and consortium partners, the new OpenAIRE literature repository guidelines will be discussed.  We will also discuss how partners and NOADs can disseminate the Guidelines in their communities, but we also want to gather feedback from about challenges in countries and repository communities about issues to make their repositories compatible to OpenAIRE.

This webinar is internal, upon registration you will be asked about your role within the OpenAIRE network. 

Legal issues in Dealing with Research Data

Legal issues in Dealing with Research Data

New guides for researchers and project coordinators

  • Friday, 29 March 2019

OpenAIRE has released guides for researchers who want to know more about the legal issues related to their research data.

During this webinar, Prodromos Tsiavos and Thomas Margoni take you through this guides and answer questions (pre-submited during registration and asked live during the webinar Q&A).

The first guide is called 'How do I know if my research data is protected?' and teach you about research data and their protection by intellectual property rights. If you want to know more about what types of data are protected by copyright, learn about Sui Generis Database Rights and their influence on your research - this guide is for you. You can access it here: https://www.openaire.eu/how-do-i-know-if-my-research-data-is-protected

A second guide deals with research data licensing.  What licenses should you use if you want to make your research data as open as possible?  What is the meaning of different Creative Commons licenses and what are the consequences if you apply them to your research data? What licenses should be avoided? Does OpenAIRE make any specific recommendations? You can access the guide here: https://www.openaire.eu/how-do-i-license-my-research-data

Our third guide answers all your questions you might have about reusing someone else's research data. What data can you reuse, how to interpret copyright licenses, how to combine different datasets? Access the guide here: https://www.openaire.eu/can-i-reuse-someone-else-research-data

Joint webinar FREYA and OpenAIRE: New developments in the field of Persistent Identifiers

Joint webinar FREYA and OpenAIRE: New developments in the field of Persistent Identifiers

The importance of Persistent Identifiers (PIDs) to build stable connections between research entities such as grants, projects, articles, or funders is recognized and addressed by several initiatives and projects.

  • Thursday, 10 January 2019

When: On January 10, 2019 at 10:00 CET

After all the festivities at the end of the year where family and friends connect, OpenAIRE together with FREYA started off the new year with a webinar on digital connections: the Persistent Identifiers. The Science Europe Data Glossary defines the term Persistent Identifier (PID) as “a long-lasting reference to a digital object — a single file or set of files”. As such, the importance of PIDs to build stable connections between research entities such as grants, projects, articles, or funders is recognized and addressed by several initiatives and projects.   

FREYA is a 3-year project funded by the European Commission, aiming to extend the infrastructure for persistent identifiers (PIDs) as a core component of open research, in the EU and globally. FREYA will improve discovery, navigation, retrieval, and access to research resources. In so doing, FREYA has carried out a survey of the current PID landscape, collected a vast amount of user stories in order to identify needs of the community to expand existing and establish new PID services, and is currently working on building a PID Graph.  

In the webinar, Ketil Koop-Jakobsen talked about a report on requirements for new PID Services. To identify demands and requirements for emerging PIDs, FREYA collected user stories from their respective communities and networks. More than 70 user stories were compiled, each identifying a specific PID demand from the community. Koop-Jakobsen introduced some of these stories and explained their influence on the development of new and emerging PID types. Amir Aryani, moreover, shed light on FREYA’s work on the PID Graph, talking about the discussion around the concept of the PID Graph itself and how FREYA partners are contributing to the actual setup of such a Graph.   

And Iryna Kuchma talked how OpenAIRE uses PIDs for discovery, enrichment, and linking of research results. 

Basics of Research Data Management

Basics of Research Data Management

  • Tuesday, 23 October 2018
S. Venkataraman (DCC) talks about the basics of Research Data Management and how to apply this when creating or reviewing a Data Management Plan (DMP). He discusses data formats and metadata standards, persistent identifiers, licensing, controlled vocabularies and data repositories.
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