This training event will introduce participants to open science, open access and open data. The concept of openness is inevitable to science practice both from national and international research policy and practice.

To some research projects openness is an obvious advantage and a welcomed challenge. To other projects data security and data protection is what matters.

The seminar will address the issue of open science and open data from mutual perspectives – from EU, research, research support service and legislation.

The training event is aimed at researchers, research support service staff and research management.

Programme

  • Welcome to a FOSTER RDM Training event
  • Open Science – web cast with Sarah Jones, Senior Institutional Support Officer, Digital Curation Centre, University of Glasgow
  • Case: DM Planning for open data in Switzerland (Alexandra Stam, research data officer, Swiss Foundation for Research in social Science)
  • Case: The Danish Twin Register – 60 years of data collection and data sharing (Kaare Christensen, professor, Department of Public Health, University of Southern Denmark)
  • New EU legislation on sensitive information – challenges for open data (Vigdis Kvalheim, associate director, Norwegian Social Science Data Archive (NSD))
  • Round up
  • Contact information

    Lone Bredahl Jensen & Asger Væring Larsen, University of Southern Denmark Library
    Bodil Stenvig, DDA Health & Anne Sofie Fink, National Archive of Denmark.

    Where

    University of Southern Denmark NAT BMB seminar room

    Full details

    Organisers: University of Southern Denmark Library
    Language: English

    Audience

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