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Intended audience Project Managers, Researchers and Students, Policy makers and Funders, Librarians and Repository managers, Research Administration
Level: Introductory: no previous knowledge is required

A course for researchers, research support staff and project officers.
Learning objectives:

  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
  5. ...
Intended audience Librarians and Repository managers
Level: Introductory: no previous knowledge is required

Libraries have gone a long way to facilitating research workflows, and more recently on fostering open access to science and openness in a broader sense. Science is evolving: research practices, resources and tools are opening up and going beyond a publication based model, to a new open environment of research data and digital research tools, social media and collaborative platforms. There is a compelling need for...

Intended audience Researchers and Students
Level: Introductory: no previous knowledge is required

The following course is a general introduction to the various components and philosophies of Open Science, that can directly enrich each step of the scholarly lifecycle (Open Notebook Science, OpenData, Open Research Software, Open Access). The overall objective of the course is to provide an introduction to why Open Science is essential to rigorous, reproducible and transparent research, as well as to future research evaluation criteria fo...

Intended audience Policy makers and Funders

The course is aimed at those with an intermediate level of knowledge, and comprises:

  • A general introduction to terms and operation of Open Access and Open Data.
  • An exposition of demonstrable advantages of Open Access and Open Data for the funder’s remit.
  • An explanation of the requirements of Horizon 2020 regarding Open Access and Open Data.
  • An exposition of the PASTEUR4OA analysis of charac...
By  HackYourPhD : OpenScience resources
By  Stamelos Georgios
Publication year: 2014  |  Legal Issues  |  Open Access  |  Open Data  |  Open Science
By  Lars Bjørnshauge
Publication year: 2014  |  Open Science  |  Open Access Initiatives
By  Kimmo Koskinen, Liisa Siipilehto, Arja Niskala, Marja Moisio, Mika Holopainen, Jussi Männistö, Pekka J. Salminen