Training

Training Resource Catalogue Interoperability Workshop

Location: 
Virtual

FAIRsFAIR is organising, in conjuction with EOSC-5b Training and Skills Team, the "Training Resource Catalogue Interoperability Workshop".

Other event

EOSC-Pillar Webinar: The role of policies for a sustainable EOSC

Location: 
Virtual

Policies can contribute to fostering principles of open science and open data. In this webinar, representatives from funding bodies and universities as well as EOSC stakeholders discuss the role and consequences of policies on a national and institutional level, and how they interact. Further discussion points will be e.g. the consequences of open access policies and to what extent policies can be regarded as an indicator for sustainability. Joy Davidson, from Digital Curation Centreand member of FAIRsFAIR, together with SPARC Europe, will do a presentation on Overview of National Policies and Strategies on FAIR.

Other event

EOSC Symposium 2020

Location: 
Virtual

This year's largest event organised by the EOSC Executive & Governing Boards with the support of the EOSC Secretariat project will go virtual on 19-22 October 2020.

FAIRsFAIR event

Recommendations for FAIR Semantics

Location: 
Virtual

In this FAIRsFAIR workshop on FAIR semantics and semantics for FAIR we will go through the recommendations one by one and discuss feedback and proposed changes to this first iteration of recommendations.

Other event

SSHOC Webinar: Sharing Datasets of Pathological Speech

Location: 
Virtual
Corpora and datasets of pathological speech are hard to get simply because they are hard to share. In this webinar we will present and explore several alternatives for sharing such sensitive data. The webinar is interesting for all who struggle with sharing and obtaining similar types of data.    
 
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    FAIRsFAIR event

    FAIR Competences for Higher Education Design Workshop

    Location: 
    Virtual

    The University of Amsterdam is organising the “FAIR Competences for Higher Education Design Workshop” (virtual) on 8-9 October 2020 as part of FAIRsFAIR work on skills and training. The workshop aims to gather projects and experts on research data management skills in higher education in order to advance a “FAIR for Higher Education” framework.

    Other event

    2nd ESFRI RIs-EOSC Workshop "Research Infrastructures shaping EOSC

    Location: 
    Online

    Originally planned as a physical event, the 2nd workshop on connecting the ESFRI Research Infrastructures (RIs) to the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC), will now take place virtually. This is due to  restrictions on the number of participants at conferences in the host country, and the travel restrictions associated with Covid-19 outbreak. The date is unchanged, 6 & 7 October 2020.

    Other event

    Open Science strategic approaches and the importance of open research data

    Location: 
    Online

    Romanian R&I community meets international experts to discuss Open Science strategic approaches with a focus on open research data, on a webinar entitled "Open Science Strategic approaches and the importance of open research data", organised by the Open Science Knlowledge Hub Romania, on 6th October 2020.

    Other event

    CLARIN Annual Conference 2020

    Location: 
    Online event

    The 2020 edition of the CLARIN Annual Conference will be organised as an online event. This year’s edition has been designed to attract a wider audience and get the most out of the innovative options that come with a virtual format: the conference will consist of special sessions and will be enriched with an informal programme.

    Other event

    ExPaNDS FAIR workshops – 1st & 2nd October 2020

    Location: 
    Virtual

    Elizabeth Newbold, from Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC) and a member of FAIRsFAIR, will do a 15min presentation entitled "What is FAIR?  & Open versus FAIR – what’s the difference?". The session invites scientists to think about what Open and FAIR mean in practice and the implications of both for data. It also aims to give tothe scientists a chance to experience differentiating between the two in practical real-life scenarios that they might actually encounter.

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