Bologna, November 19, 2015– Centro Congressi CNR, via Gobetti 101
Video of the workshop
The course is addressed to researchers, research offices, librarians and to all those involved in the management of open data in research projects. Horizon 2020 the European funding program for research contemplates a pilot project on open data , at the same time a growing number of research institutions or scientific journals ask researchers to deposit underlying data and provide data management plans.
The aim of the course is on one hand to grasp the value of open data for a more collaborative science, on the other to provide tools for those who are required to technically deal with data and metadata management and preservation.
The course will be in English.
Registration is free but it is required. Please fill in the form below.
Peter Murray-Rust is now Reader Emeritus in Molecular Informatics at the University of Cambridge and Senior Research Fellow Emeritus of Churchill College, Cambridge. More…
Erin McKiernan is currently a Postdoctoral Fellow in the Department of Psychology at Wilfrid Laurier University in Waterloo, Canada and Visiting Scholar at the National Autonomous University of Mexico. More…
Sarah Jones‘ current work focuses on the DCC’s institutional engagement programme. She is leading DCC support for several universities. More…
|Chair: Anna Maria Tammaro|
Open Access needs Open Infrastructure. Video and blog posts on open science
The value of openness
The European framework: Horizon 2020 and the Open research Data pilot
Data Management Plans
|Chair: Elena Giglia (University of Turin)|
Discussion exercise: Writing and implementing DMPs – Who should do what? What help is needed?
Managing data and being open – useful resources to takeaway
|16.30||Wrap up, Maria Laura Vignocchi (University of Bologna)|
Caricamento in corso…
Paola Gargiulo, Anna Maria Tammaro, Paola Galimberti, Alessandro Sarretta, Silvana Mangiaracina, Ornella Russo, Maria Laura Vignocchi, Elena Giglia.
Organized with the support of University of Parma, the University of Turin, the University of Bologna, ISMAR-CNR and CNR Area della ricerca di Bologna, in collaboration with AISA – Associazione Italiana per la promozione della scienza aperta and APRE – Agenzia per la Promozione della Ricerca Europea and OpenAIRE.