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Open day on Open Science 2020: Drop your data FAIR

September 24th, DANS organizes an Open day on Open Science together with Promovendi Netwerk Nederland, Horizon2020 project OpenAIRE and Open Science Communities the Netherlands. An online afternoon about research data management, data archiving and data re-use, especially organized for (young) scientists and data librarians.

  • Open day on Open Science 2020: Drop your data FAIR
  • 2020-09-24T13:00:00+02:00
  • 2020-09-24T17:00:00+02:00
  • September 24th, DANS organizes an Open day on Open Science together with Promovendi Netwerk Nederland, Horizon2020 project OpenAIRE and Open Science Communities the Netherlands. An online afternoon about research data management, data archiving and data re-use, especially organized for (young) scientists and data librarians.

Registration

  • Online registration is mandatory. The data is only used for communication regarding this event.
  • Help us to spread the word via twitter, using #opendayonopenscience.
  • The language used during the event is English.

Provisional program online event

13:00: Welcome by Henk Wals, director DANS

13:10: Key notes 

  • Loek Brinkman, PhD (Open Science Community Utrecht, UMC Utrecht), Assistant-professor, on behalf of Open Science Communities the Netherlands: "The importance and effect of Open Science Communities in the transition to Open Science"
  • Drs. Tess van Doorn (Promovendi Netwerk Nederland), Open Science board member 
  • Drs. Ellen Leenarts (DANS) on behalf of OpenAIRE: "OpenAIRE: a support to drop your data FAIR"
  • Maria Cruz, PhD (NWO): "The NWO perspective, incentivizing responsible data management and Open/ FAIR data"

14:20 Break

14:30: Fellow researchers explain the usefulness and necessity of depositing and sharing data in a pitch of a few minutes. After each pitch it is possible to ask questions.

16:00: Break 

16:10: Speeddate with: 

  1. Laura Huis in 't Veld, functional manager, about DataverseNL. If you want to store, share and publish data during and after research, you can use DataverseNL, a shared service provided by participating institutions and DANS.
  2. Data managers Valentijn Gilissen and Widia Mahabier about EASY. After completing your research, you can permanently store and share your research data through the online archiving system EASY. Do you need to deposit a huge amount of data at once? Do you want to know how it takes just 7 steps to permanently publish and archive your data? Join this session!
  3. Betty Beunk (documentalist) and Chris Baars (supervisor digital services) can tell you more about NARCIS. NARCIS is the national portal to promote open science by giving access to scholarly open access publications and open data originating from Dutch universities, KNAW, NWO and other research institutes. An overview of researchers, research institutes and projects in NARCIS contributes to the transparency of science. 
  4. Henk Harmsen (deputy director) and Ricarda Braukmann (program leader social sciences) can tell more about interesting job openings/traineeships for young researchers and PhD students.
  5. Emilie Kraaikamp (legal advisor) can tell you more about the European privacy legislation (GDPR), processing personal data has become much stricter. What will this entail for researchers and for archiving data? 
  6. Elly Dijk (senior policy advisor) and Linas Čepinskas (policy advisor) can tell you more about what to expect from national and international projects. What are they going to deliver and what’s in it for you as a researcher or open science supporter? Learn more about projects and programs like The Dutch National Research Agenda, DANS as a Technology Hotel for the Life Sciences, FAIRsFAIRFREYAOpenAIRECESSDASSHOCEOSCRDA and the collaboration between DANS and NLeSC around Software Sustainability. 
  7. Andrea Scharnhorst (coordinator) and Gerard Coen (project leader) will be more than happy to tell all about the The Research & Innovation group of DANS, and how this may benefit you and what you can do to participate. The Research & Innovation group runs projects such as Digging into the Knowledge GraphReSearchCLARIAH and DARIAH. We also offer internship places for students to work on issues of research and innovating digital archives. 
  8. Marjan Grootveld (coordinator Projects and Policy) and Ellen Leenarts (Project Leader) can tell what you need to know about Open and FAIR data management? What are the requirements for data management plans? And how can you train yourself or better support others? Marjan and Ellen will be able to answer all your tricky questions. You can also ask them about the training programs offered by DANS and its partners, such as RDNL’s Essentials for Data Support and CESSDA’s RDM training module.
  9. Marion Wittenberg (servicemanager DataverseNL, accountmanager EASY) will tell you more about the fact that universities and research institutes have their own support desk for Research Data Management. DANS cooperates with these support offices in a so called frontoffice-backoffice model. Would you like to know the RDM contact person of your organisation and what they can offer you? Please join Marion. 
  10. DANS Data Game: Let's play our new DANS data game! DANS has developed this game especially for researchers. The game gives an impression of the research data landscape and was specially produced for the 15th anniversary of DANS. Let's play!

16:40: Wrap up

17:00: End of programm

Drop your data FAIR

When
Sep 24, 2020 from 01:00 PM to 05:00 PM (Europe/Amsterdam / UTC200)
Where
Online
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