FROM THE PROGRAMME
Webinar: Swiss Transformative Open Access Agreements – A Progress Report
As the secretary of the negotiation team of swissuniversities and Open Access specialist at the Consortium of Swiss Academic Libraries, Fabian Felder will present the negotiation strategy and an overview of the resulting Swiss transformative Open Access agreements.
FROM THE PROJECTS
Video Interview: "openRDM.swiss"
In this issue of the newsletter, we resume our series of video interviews and introduce you to the team behind ETH's "open RDM" project. Portfolio Manager at swissuniversities, Dr. Aude Bax de Keating, talks with Dr. Caterina Barillari and Dr. Henry Lütcke about the relevance of the project and the resulting service for the scientific community in Switzerland. The conversation highlights the results of the project and the added value the service offers to the users. The openRDM.swiss service is operated and maintained by an experienced team of system administrators and data management experts at Scientific IT Services of ETH Zurich. Watch the video interview here.
Open Access Checklist: Feedback by August 15, 2021
The EUA has prepared an Open Access Checklist and is welcoming your feedback to improve it in the near future. Therefore we look forward to receiving your suggestions and comments to enhance this draft version by August 15, 2021 at the following email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
How to be FAIR with Research Data: a Teaching & Training Handbook for HEIs
Community review is now open for the first draft of “How to be FAIR with your research data – a teaching and training handbook for higher education institutions”. Developed as part of the Fostering FAIR data practices in Europe (FAIRsFAIR) project, this handbook aims to support the practical implementation of content relating to the FAIR principles in university curricula and teaching by providing practical material, such as lesson plans, and supporting information. It is primarily targeted at university teachers, educational programme managers, curriculum designers and other stakeholders involved in facilitating teaching at higher education institutions, but could also be of interest to a wider audience involved in teaching and training on Research Data Management (RDM) and the FAIR principles in different contexts.
To make sure that the handbook meets the needs of the target audience, we are inviting university teachers, educational programme managers, data practitioners and other professionals involved in the design and implementation of higher education programmes (or RDM/FAIR training in other contexts) to provide their feedback and input to the draft document. This will inform the next iteration of the handbook which will be presented at an online workshop on “Practical implementation of FAIR-related content in university curricula and teaching” on 12 October 2021.
The draft handbook is available in Google Docs: https://tinyurl.com/zs2wu5vc The consultation will close on 12 September 2021.
Second National Plan for Open Science Generalising open science in France 2021-2024
The Second National Plan for Open Science 2021-2024 has just been adopted in France and can be inspiring in many ways. You can find the English version under this link, the organization of the working groups is presented here and useful resources can be found here.»
- swissuniversities: Juriste 70–100% / Jurist 70–100%
- swissuniversities: Collaborateur-trice scientifique 80-100% Open Science / Wissenschaftliche/r Mitarbeiter/in 80–100% Open Science
- swissuniversities: Assistant/e 80-100% Open Science / Assistent/in 80-100% Open Science
- Fachhochshule Graubünden: Wissenschaftliche/n Projektmitarbeiter/in (80 - 100 %)
- August 26, 2021, 15:00-15:30, online
Webinar Swiss Transformative Open Access Agreements – A Progress Report
- September 20-23, 2021, online
Virtual Open Science FAIR Conference
- November 30, 2021, 10:00-16:15, University of Fribourg
P-5 Outcomes: Scientific Information Services for All
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