To celebrate Open Access Week (23-27th October 2017), OpenAIRE 2020 is organising a series of webinars on a variety of topics, including discipline-specific tools and workflows, the legal aspects of Open Science, and an interactive session on Research Data Management.
Monday 23 October, 14:00h
Natural Sciences and Open Science: Workflows and tools for publishing, licensing, versioning, identifiers, archiving, software…
Presenters: Ivo Grigorov (DTU, @OAforClimate), Jon Tennant (ScienceOpen, @Protohedgehog)
Tuesday 24 October, 11:00h
Refreshment on Open Access, Open Science and H2020 requirements. How can OpenAIRE help researchers and projects to comply with Open Access mandates?
Presenters: Eloy Rodrigues (OpenAIRE, UMinho, @cibertecario02); Najla Rettberg (OpenAIRE, UGOE, @najlaoa)
Tuesday 24 October, 14:00h
Life Sciences and Open Science: Workflows and tools for publishing, licensing, versioning, identifiers, archiving, software…
Presenters: Toni Hermoso (CRG, @toniher), Guillaume Fillon (CRG)
Wednesday 25 October, 11:00h
General introduction to Open Data Policies in Horizon 2020, influence of OD policies on Open Science Workflows
Presenters: Nancy Pontika (OU, @nancypontika), Najla Rettberg (OpenAIRE, UGOE, @najlaoa)
Wednesday 25 October, 14:00h
Flip the classroom: bring your questions about RDM and DMPs
Presenter: Marjan Grootveld (DANS, @MarjanGrootveld)
Thursday 26 October, 11:00h
Legal aspects of Open Science
Presenters: Prodromos Tsiavos (@prodromos), Thomas Margoni (CREATe, Glasgow University)
Thursday 26 October, 14:00h
Humanities and Open Science: Workflows and tools for publishing, licensing, versioning, identifiers, archiving, software.
Presenters: Laurent Romary (DARIAH,@laurentromary), Marie Puren (DARIAH, @MariePuren)
For more information and registration, see: https://www.openaire.eu/register-now-ffor-openaire-open-access-week-webinars
All webinars will be recorded.
The Horizon 2020 project OpenAIRE supports the Open Science policy of the EC.
Dutch National website providing information for academics about the advantages of open access to publicly financed research