How valuable is data sharing in the context of Open Science? How can I make my research and my data open? How can I properly manage datasets? How can I fulfill a Data Management Plan?
On November 18th and 19th a two day workshop at the CNR – Research Area of Bologna Congress Center will attempt to give answers to these and to other questions related to open science and open research data.
Open research data: creating bridges for Open Science (November 18th) specifically addressed to professors and young researchers features the participation of Peter Murray-Rust, professor emeritus of chemistry at Cambridge University, active supporter of Open Science and creator of tools developed to use open data, and Erin McKiernan, young researcher in neuroscience who made of “openess” the paradigm of her research.
Other presentations and discussion will follow on culture of sharing and open science. The afternoon will be devoted to an “hands on session” on how to make Open Access and Open Science in practice, followed by an ample session of Q&A.
The workshop is ‘a satellite event? of the International Conference OpenCon 2015, “Empowering the next generation to advance. Open Access, Open Education and Open date “.
On the second day, Data Management Plans: principles and practice (November 19th) is addressed to the technical staff involved in data sets management and curation (data scientists, data librarians, research office ). Peter Murray-Rust and Erin McKiernan will introduce the topics of the day, followed by a practical four hour session held by Sarah Jones from the Digital Curation Centre in Glasgow, one of the most prestigious institution on data management and curation worldwide.
The two day workshop will be held in English.
On site participation is free, registration is required
Detailed program and registration forms are respectively :
Open research data, November 18 (CET 10.am – 5pm)
Data management plans, 19 November (CET 10.00 am – 5.00 pm)
Remote access – streaming (no registration required)
The workshop is organized by Universita ‘di Torino, Universita’ di Parma, Universita ‘di Bologna, CNR Research Area of Bologna, ISMAR CNR, under the patronage of AISA – Italian Association for the promotion of open science and APRE – Agency for the Promotion of European Research and in collaboration with OpenAIRE and the technical support of Cineca
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