A course for researchers, research support staff and project officers.
1. Understand what is required of participants in the H2020 Open Research Data pilot
2. Learn about the concepts of open data, metadata, licensing and repositories
3. Identify key resources and services that can help you to comply with requirements
4. Undertake short tests to check your understanding
This lesson will help you get a basic understanding of the Open Research Data pilot in Horizon 2020. You will learn about why the European Commission is interested in open science and hear about the specific requirements for participants.
- Neelie Kroes talks open science
This video explains some of the benefits of open science and why the European Commission is setting policy in this area.
- Requirements of the Horizon 2020 Open Research Data Pilot
Review the following presentation to get an overview of the requirements under the Open Research Data Pilot
- Guidelines on Open Access to Scientific Publications and Research Data in Horizon 2020
Read the EC's guidelines to get a deeper understanding of what is required. Pay particular attention to section 4.
- Guidelines on Data Management in Horizon 2020
Read the European Commission’s guidelines on data management and DMPs
This lesson will introduce you to data management concepts and services to help you comply with the EC requirements.
- How to comply with the Horizon 2020 Open Research Data pilot
Review the slides to learn more about the concepts of open data, metadata, licesnsing and repositories.
- Open Data Licensing Animation
Watch this animation on open data licensing to understand what steps you need to follow to licence your data
- Re3data demo
Watch this short demo to see how you can search the Re3data list of repositories to find a suitable home for your data.
- DMPonline screencast
Watch this screencast to learn how to write a Data Management Plan with DMPonline.